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Dunvegan’s War Of 1812 Living History Weekend

This September, Time travel to Upper Canada during the War of 1812 War of 1812 Living History Weekend at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum – September 29-30, 2018 Celebrating its 9th annual engagement; living history reenactors, historians and tourists alike have gathered

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Potato, Patato!

No matter how you say it, Po-tay-to or Po-tah-to, and no matter how you eat them, it’s safe to say that Potatoes are one of the most consumed foods around the world. 

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What Is Canada’s Connection To Hockey

Hockey is Canada’s official national winter sport and perhaps its greatest contribution to world sport. Canada is considered the birthplace of ice hockey, and Canadians generally regard the sport as their own.

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Today In History: Judy Blume

On this day in 1938, best-selling author Judy Blume, known for her children’s books and young-adult novels, including “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing” and “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret,” is born in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

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Today In History

Are you a football fan? Superbowl Sunday is approaching and the stakes are high. Here is a look back at the big game day in 1967. 

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Architectural Masterpieces You Should See

Buildings may be some of the most impressive works of art we have.

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Dalkeith Sunflower Festival

On Saturday, July 29th the Canada 150 Dalkeith Sunflower Festival is a free admission all day event featuring a parade including horses and rigs, floats and a pipe band at 2pm.   All day pony rides, musical entertainment, food and

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On This Day In Music History

The 1967 U.S.A. Monterey International Pop Music Festival took place on June 16th 1967.   The Monterey International Pop Music Festival opened in Monterey, California, which ran for three days. Over 200,000 people attended, and it is often regarded as

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Pride Flag Raised At Parliament Hill

For the first time in Canadian history, the Pride flag has been raised on Parliament Hill.

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