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In the 1970s, the RCMP hired an FBI agent to infiltrate Black activist groups in CanadaWarren Hart might not have been the first to infiltrate activist groups in Canada, but his work with the RCMP signalled a turning point for how authorities monitor figures in the country's Black rights groups and other political movements.
The beginning and the end of the 'Stanley Cup caper' of 1970It was a crime story involving the most famous trophy in Canada.
Norman Lear, producer of All in the Family, dead at 101Norman Lear, the writer, director and producer who revolutionized prime time television with such topical hits as All in the Family and Maude and propelled political and social turmoil into the once-insulated world of sitcoms, has died.
Brenda Lee's Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree hits No. 1 for the 1st time
Remains of previously unknown Canadian First World War soldier identified in France