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Oronhyatekha

Over the course of his life, Oronhyatekha did many things. He was a scholar, a CEO, a statesman, an athlete and a champion of women, children and minority rights. Today, I am looking at this fascinating man who was known as Burning Sky, Burning...

Tommy Prince

Since long before Canada was a country, the Indigenous have been a part of our military campaigns. From the Beaver Wars, to the War of 1812, to the First World War and beyond, Indigenous soldiers have proven themselves again and again to be some of...

The Anishinaabe

For thousands of years, the landscape of Canada was dominated by the Indigenous who called the land home. Long before the Europeans arrived, the Indigenous formed alliances, unique cultures, controlled territory and shaped the landscape. Today, I am...

Canada’s Slavery History

When we think of slavery in the New World, it is often focused on the slavery seen in American history, but Canada has its own slavery history, which lasted for two centuries, ending only a few decades prior to the end of slavery in the United...

Canadian History Ehx