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Rivers of resistance: A history of the Métis Nation of Ontario

“We were tired of hiding behind trees.” The ebb and flow of Métis history as it has unfolded on Ontario’s shores 

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  • 18 minutes

Environment

The many benefits of the minuscule but mighty Miyawaki forests

Pioneered by a Japanese botanist, compact Miyawaki forests are beginning to replace backyard lawns on tiny plots around Canada

  • 438 words
  • 2 minutes

People & Culture

Découverte John U. Bacon

Le journaliste parle de la Série du siècle de 1972 et de son impact sur la culture du hockey et sur l’évolution du jeu.

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  • 4 minutes

People & Culture

Interview with John U. Bacon on the 1972 Summit Series and its impact on hockey culture 

The best-selling author and journalist discusses the reinvention of the game and the pressure to win

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  • 4 minutes

Wildlife

The accidentals: Mapping the bird “vagrants” that found themselves far from home

How data is helping us understand why these birds are being found outside of their geographical range

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  • 3 minutes
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