Figuring out how to preserve the story of the pandemic poses a series of challenges.
In 1917, Boston provided immediate aid after the Halifax explosion. Nova Scotia won’t forget.
You can be proud of Canada and still critique its historical and current racism.
The 18th-century sets have “immeasurable worth," a politician says.
“What are the chances?”
They were used to feed animal milk to infants.
Put your thinking caps on, folks.
Restoring the structure will be a "colossal task," one architect warns.
He shone his lyrical light on figures ranging from residential school escapees and wrongfully convicted prisoners, to hockey players and Nazi-punching Jews.
Although an imperfect solution, museums have means to re-narrate these statues in ways which speak to their original intentions and our current concerns.