Montreal was home to the first known queer magazine in North America from 1918-1920
Les Mouches Fantastiques wasn't a perfect piece of art — and that reminds us that not every part of queer history has to be.
Not a good time for newspapers: The 1992 edition
Canadian newspapers were struggling to contain costs and keep up with the changing times.
From the archives: In 1990, former Africville residents discuss the legacy of trauma
Frank Bonner, actor best known as WKRP's Herb Tarlek, dead at 79
These were the newest drinks on the market in the '70s, '80s, and '90s
When goat cheese 'got to be quite a fad' in Canada
Overtime in Vancouver: An oral history of the city's 2011 Stanley Cup riot
It wasn't skateboarding in 1965. It was 'skurfing'
That time former NDP Leader Ed Broadbent made a comeback with a rap video
David Bowie painting found in dump near North Bay, Ont., expected to fetch up to $12K
The meteorite that startled cows and Quebecers in 1994
When 2 prime ministers swapped houses
Ned Beatty, character actor best known for roles in Deliverance and Network, dies age 83
How a 1950s experiment brought foam igloos to Kinngait, Nunavut
Something's rotten in the state of the internet, and archivists are worried
Tracking Halifax's history: Tram tracks, cobblestone uncovered on Spring Garden Road
The Indigenous connection to the Underground Railroad
How Canadian content rules influenced the music industry in the 1970s
Taking the census wasn't easy in 1961
Indigenous history on public display must be framed as a living, breathing thing
Bowlers mourn loss of Ottawa's last ten-pin alley