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Heritage Minutes

"The man with four hands" is the first musician to get a Heritage Minute.
The organization that tackles Canada's history also has a podcast on the topic.
The spot has been posted, deleted and re-posted multiple times.
It wasn't until I moved to Edmonton a decade later that I understood the significance of this famous team, the Edmonton Commercial Graduates, or simply the Grads. I, and every woman basketball player, owe a debt to the Grads.
The videos were written by acclaimed author Joseph Boyden.
Just ahead of Remembrance Day, Historica Canada has launched a new Heritage Minute that explores a unique story of service
Today, the vignettes, which are produced by non-profit Historica Canada, are enjoying a new wave of popularity. Artist Christopher
This strategy for dealing with a breakup... And an Olympic medal we could have done without Almost as much as this example
Ah, the Heritage Minutes. For Canadian kids who attended school in the 1990s and 2000s, the minute-long educational films
Little Bighorn, MT -- Some say George Custer died for the White Man's sins. What I hadn't heard before was that Sitting Bull