Digital ArchivesFirst World War: Canada's most famous bagpipes come homeNov 8, 2006 | 2:39Piper James Richardson was killed and won a Victoria Cross at the Somme. Ninety years later, his bagpipes have been found and returned.
Digital ArchivesRemembering the last Canadian First World War combat veteranNov 28, 2005 | 3:16Clarence (Clare) Laking, the sole remaining Canadian who saw action on the battlefields of the First World War, dies at age 106.
Digital ArchivesMaple Leaf Legacy project memorializes First World WarNov 10, 2003 | 3:12Steven Douglas plans to post an online photo of every Canadian war grave in time for the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Digital ArchivesTruth about seeing the bottom of Halifax harbour that dayMay 18, 2002 | 3:46Quirks & Quarks gets to the bottom of whether the Halifax Explosion actually blew all the water out of the harbour.
Digital ArchivesHalifax Explosion: Examining the immediate medical response to the disasterDec 6, 2000 | 8:14A medical school professor explains how Haligonians cared for each other immediately after the explosion.
Digital ArchivesHalifax Explosion: Rewriting historyFeb 14, 1997 | 8:14A new comic book about the Halifax explosion stirs up controversy.
True North Comics, The Halifax Explosion published by McClelland & Stewart Ltd. and CRB Foundation Heritage Project
Digital ArchivesDetermining 9:04:35 a.m. as the precise time of the Halifax ExplosionDec 4, 1992 | 6:54A geophysicist explains how the explosion's exact time was verified while elaborating on the blast's destructive power.
Digital ArchivesHalifax Explosion: Arthur Lismer's 'Sorrow' painting is foundDec 2, 1992 | 5:48CBC viewers get a rare look at "Sorrow", one of Arthur Lismer's Halifax Explosion-era paintings that had been lost for 75 years.