Set in stone: Ontario man turns the clock back at ancestral farm
An eastern Ontario author and archivist has created nearly 500 metres of dry-stacked stone fencing around his property in an homage to generations of Irish immigrants.
For COVID-19 archivists, history's happening now
The City of Ottawa Archives is documenting this period in history by asking residents for their photos, correspondence, artwork and any other records that might show future generations what it was really like to live through a pandemic.
Ancient Crusades-era sword found by diver off coast of Israel
When princes Harry and William visited Canada with their parents
Former U.S. secretary of state Colin Powell dies of complications from COVID-19
Why kids and farmers favoured the New Brunswick 'potato break'
Knife found beneath Parliament to be returned to Algonquin nations in historic move
The Canadian concert that kicked off Greenpeace
The political attack ad that backfired badly in 1993
When Brian Mulroney hoped the PM's Oktoberfest fun was a political 'last waltz'
Owner of Toronto property with 250-year-old oak must sell to city at agreed-upon price, judge rules
When Tomson Highway found success with The Rez Sisters
The town that wanted people to leash their cats
Canada Post reveals Christopher Plummer stamp featuring his iconic roles
Lawrence Hill reflects on dealing with literary criticism and winning Canada Reads twice
Van Gogh considered this among his most important works. Everyone else thought it was trash
The little company that promised shopping via the TV in 1985
Despite being a national heroine, Maud Lewis has long been on the margins of the Canadian art world
Zellers returns — kind of — but the lowest price isn't quite the law