The Land Between represents the chaotic collision of the St. Lawrence Lowlands and the Canadian Shield.
Before fur and beer, fish was the economic engine of Canada.
In Ottawa there is so much to do that hard decisions have to be made …
In Yorkton, Saskatchewan First Nation students in grades 10 to 12 are learning how to build a tiny house … Source: From start to finish: First Nation students learn to build tiny homes | Globalnews.ca
Hans Tammemagi explores the increasing emphasis on Aboriginal culture in our Nation’s capital.
For generations Haida people posted sentries over their villages.
A Killer Site near Fort MacLeod in southern Alberta
“I feel like the star of my own bodice-ripper.”
A joyous celebration of Native songs, dances, myths and beliefs suggests indigenous culture is gaining a foothold in the hearts of Canadians.
Coming to Port Renfrew, British Columbia, isn’t just a visit to ancient trees; it’s a step back in time …
On the occasion of Canada’s 150th birthday, Mark Stevens & Sharon Matthews-Stevens share their impressions of Canada …
The Empress of Ireland Museum is the latest addition to the Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic Site near Rimouski, Quebec, which includes the Onondaga submarine and the 1909 Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse.