Sunday , 29 January 2023

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Victorian Architect designed  classic public buildings that stand today

No matter where you go in Canada-small towns or the provincial and national capitals, you are likely to see the handiwork of the...

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The October Crisis—50 years later

The October Crisis is 50 years old this moth. On this anniversary of what is seen as a dark chapter in Canadian history,...

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Bankruptcy of Westdale developer led to McMaster coming to Hamilton

Next month McMaster University will celebrate its 90th year in Hamilton. McMaster had been a Baptist College situated on Bloor Street in Toronto....

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The story of the Elgin and Winter Garden theatres

For more than 30 years theatregoers from the Bay Area have been making trips to Toronto to take in  touring Broadway extravaganzas, and...

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Dear Bertie: Mac online exhibit showcases Bertrand Russell letters from famous world figures

McMaster University has curated an online exhibit showcasing some the letters written to peace advocate, philosopher and Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell by some...

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40 years later: A look back at the Pierre Trudeau speech that defined Canada

National party conventions in the United States, the Conservative leadership convention in Canada, the recent prorogation and a likely confidence vote in Parliament...

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Eyewitness account to V-J day

As we mark the 75th anniversary of V-J day–the day Japan formally surrendered to end World War Two, the voluminous diaries of Canadian...

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RBG enchanted garden

RBG’s Enchanted Garden Weekend is sold out, but you can still bring a little garden magic home. Gardens are magical places! Watch Abbee...

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Who says young people have tuned out politics?

There are two stereotypes about young people and politics—one they don’t care about politics, and two, the few that are involved are all...

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Nuanced and civil debate over renaming Selma bridge

At a time when statues of various public figures are being pulled down and defaced because the historical figures they honour took actions...