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The Regina Cyclone

On June 30, 1912, the City of Regina progressed along as it always had for the previous 25 years. It was a bustling community of 30,000 people, and was basking in the glow of a new Legislative building that had been built. Seven years after being...

How Ottawa Became The Capital

Ottawa is the capital of Canada and every school child and Canadian knows that. It has been our capital since before Canada was even a country, but how did it become the capital? It was once a small village known for its lumber camps until it was...

The Battle Of St. Eloi

Today, I continue my journey through the battles of the First World War involving Canadians and once again we come to a battle that inflicted terrible losses on Canadian troops, all for barely any gain in ground. Today, I look at the Actions at St...

The On-To-Ottawa Trek

First, this episode is sponsored by Phil Maynard, a generous patron through my Patreon Account. You can support the show through Patreon as well, for as little as $3 a month, just go to www.patreon.com/canadaehx I’m hosting a Zoom history conference...

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