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In the war room with Winston Churchill: Peter Mansbridge
To mark the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death, CBC News Chief Correspondent Peter Mansbridge met with the former British prime minister's granddaughter, who shed light on some of the daily tensions her "grandpapa" faced during the Second W
133-year-old P.E.I. lighthouse being moved from edge of cliff
A historic Prince Edward Island lighthouse in danger of slipping into the sea is getting a new address -- and a new lease on life. The 133-year-old Cape Bear Lighthouse at the southeastern tip of P.E.I. is being moved about 100 feet from the edge of an er
WWI Christmas Truce still remembered
During the first Christmas Day of the First World War, something magical happened as German and British soldiers struck up a spontaneous truce in Flanders Fields.
Remembrance Day: Dorothy Scott, 93, recounts her WWII RAF days
Dorothy Scott's job during the Second World War was to plot airplanes, both friend and foe, for the Royal Air Force from a farmhouse in the south of Cornwall. The Guelph resident shares her stories from the war with The Morning Edition host Craig Norris.
First Nations contributions to WW I and WW II: Lest we forget
Our soldiers fought for the shared values of freedom and democratic rights for all, but these soldiers returned from the war and quickly realized those freedoms and rights did not equally apply to them as they did their non-native comrades, writes Gordon
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