AuthorCraigBaird

The Victoria Steamship Disaster

Canada has seen its fair share of disasters on the open waves. From the dozens of ships that have gone down in the Great Lakes, to the ships along the coasts that have found their way beneath the waves, Canada counts hundreds of shipwrecks in its...

Battle of Fort George

The War of 1812 is one of the few times that Canada has been invaded, and it has become a part of Canadian lore for the heroes it created, such as Isaac Brock, Tecumseh and Laura Secord, as well as for the tales of victory on the side of the...

The Raid On Black Rock

The War of 1812 is full of battles that would define Canada for years to come. Some battles went well for Canada, some did not. Some battles were won, but the win came at great cost. That is the type of battle we have with the Raid on Black Rock...

Canada Year-By-Year: 1884

On Jan. 2, the Humber Railway Disaster would occur, with 32 men and boys being killed in a head-on collision of a Grand Trunk Railway commuter train with an unscheduled freight train near Toronto. A young man by the name of Goodwood would see the...

Canadian History Ehx

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