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Digital Archives - Life and death in Duvalier's HaitiMay 15, 1963 | 26:59Digital Archives Life and death in Duvalier's Haiti Video
Digital Archives Life and death in Duvalier's Haiti May 15, 1963 | 26:59On a 1963 visit to the impoverished nation of Haiti, CBC Newsmagazine encounters cockfights, a voodoo ceremony and a fearsome dictator named Dr. Duvalier.
Digital Archives - Tsunami slams B.C. coastMar 31, 1964 | 4:11Digital Archives Tsunami slams B.C. coast Video
Digital Archives Tsunami slams B.C. coast Mar 31, 1964 | 4:11Residents of Port Alberni, B.C., pick up the pieces after 1964's massive tsunami.
Digital Archives - Fidel Castro: after the revolutionAug 2, 1959 | 11:10Digital Archives Fidel Castro: after the revolution Video
Digital Archives Fidel Castro: after the revolution Aug 2, 1959 | 11:10Fidel Castro discusses revolution, freedom from dictatorship and his plans for Cuba.
Digital Archives - Working women and daycareMar 28, 1967 | 8:25Digital Archives Working women and daycare Video
Digital Archives Working women and daycare Mar 28, 1967 | 8:25Traditional mothers weigh in on women in the workforce and the resulting need for daycare.
Digital Archives - W.A.C. Bennett on B.C.'s hydroelectricity futureJul 16, 1961 | 6:58Digital Archives W.A.C. Bennett on B.C.'s hydroelectricity future Video
Digital Archives W.A.C. Bennett on B.C.'s hydroelectricity future Jul 16, 1961 | 6:58The British Columbia premier talks about the great potential in selling hydroelectricity to markets in California.
Digital Archives - Freedom riders stand up with Martin Luther King against segregationMay 28, 1961 | 27:03Digital Archives Freedom riders stand up with Martin Luther King against segregation Video
Digital Archives Freedom riders stand up with Martin Luther King against segregation May 28, 1961 | 27:03May 28, 1961: CBC's Newsmagazine reports on a group of Negro and white activists protesting injustice on buses and in other public places in 1961.
Digital Archives - Entering the professionsJul 14, 1957 | 6:19Digital Archives Entering the professions Video
Digital Archives Entering the professions Jul 14, 1957 | 6:19Once barred from the professions, Chinese-Canadians are now becoming doctors, lawyers and politicians.
Digital Archives - Rideau Canal closes for winter, 1953Nov 22, 1953 | 2:19Digital Archives Rideau Canal closes for winter, 1953 Video
Digital Archives Rideau Canal closes for winter, 1953 Nov 22, 1953 | 2:19On the occasion of the Rideau Canal's annual winter closing in 1953, CBC-TV takes a closer look at the canal's impressive lock system.
Digital Archives - Hiroshima: Still feeling the falloutJul 30, 1960 | 8:01Digital Archives Hiroshima: Still feeling the fallout Audio
Digital Archives Hiroshima: Still feeling the fallout Jul 30, 1960 | 8:01An "atomic hospital" in Hiroshima treats patients for leukemia, anemia and radiation burns.
Digital Archives - A.Y. Jackson still painting at 73Jul 10, 1955 | 12:25Digital Archives A.Y. Jackson still painting at 73 Video
Digital Archives A.Y. Jackson still painting at 73 Jul 10, 1955 | 12:25Rheumatism hasn't slowed down Group member A.Y. Jackson, who still manages to produce 20 canvases a year.
Digital Archives - Death penalty: Opinions on the nooseApr 5, 1966 | 2:41Digital Archives Death penalty: Opinions on the noose Video
Digital Archives Death penalty: Opinions on the noose Apr 5, 1966 | 2:41Canadians comment on capital punishment.
Digital Archives - Water bombers battle B.C. forest firesAug 3, 1958 | 2:29Digital Archives Water bombers battle B.C. forest fires Video
Digital Archives Water bombers battle B.C. forest fires Aug 3, 1958 | 2:29During a particularly bad forest fire season, CBC's Newsmagazine shows how authorities are fighting the flames.
Digital Archives - The many lives of Pierre TrudeauMay 16, 1967 | 26:14Digital Archives The many lives of Pierre Trudeau Video
Digital Archives The many lives of Pierre Trudeau May 16, 1967 | 26:14The justice minister talks about his globetrotting adventures, his swinging bachelor days, and the fun of being a political rebel.
Digital Archives - Quebec Elections: Jean Lesage elected premier of QuebecJun 19, 1960 | 8:41Digital Archives Quebec Elections: Jean Lesage elected premier of Quebec Video
Digital Archives Quebec Elections: Jean Lesage elected premier of Quebec Jun 19, 1960 | 8:41Jean Lesage and his newly elected Liberals promise a fresh start.
Digital Archives - Jamaica gains independence in 1962Aug 5, 1962 | 15:55Digital Archives Jamaica gains independence in 1962 Video
Digital Archives Jamaica gains independence in 1962 Aug 5, 1962 | 15:55CBC Newsmagazine presents a filmed report on the independence of the newly emergent nation of Jamaica.

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