I knew about the Holodomor but I struggled to illustrate this dark chapter of Ukraine's history
Ukrainian-Canadian illustrator Ivanka Galadza says she learned what happened during the Holodomor growing up. But it was more emotionally draining than she imagined depicting the stories of those who starved to death 90 years ago. In this piece for CBC Ottawa's First Person section, she drew her experience.
Montreal losing 'little bit more than history' with demolition of Expo 67 minirail: historian
The minirail was a star of Expo 67 in Montreal, whizzing riders through the futuristic world's fair. As it’s finally demolished, retired professor and Expo 67 historian Roger Laroche looks back at how it became a Canadian classic.
Sydney Newman and the beginnings of TV's Doctor Who
Who knew? One legacy of the time Canadian Sydney Newman spent at the BBC would be "a silly program" that was still in production more than half a century later - Doctor Who.