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Amor de Cosmos

Mini-doc on Amor de Cosmos (1825-1897), born William Alexander Smith, who in 1858 founded British Columbia's first newspaper. He also had a vibrant political career, serv

added: Thu May 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1419 | Comments: 0
 

An Interview with Farley Mowat

Watch as master raconteur and national treasure, Farley Mowat, delights with tales of seafaring life in Eastern Canada. This interview about his memoir, The Bay of Spirit

added: Sun Feb 2008 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1464 | Comments: 0
 

Don Cherry ReMix | DJ Steve Porter

DJ Steve Porter does a special piece on Don Cherry.

added: Thu Jan 2011 | Length 00:00 | Views: 986 | Comments: 0
 

Emily Carr

Mini-doc on Emily Carr (1871-1945), a BC-born painter and writer, and one of Canada's most important artists.

added: Fri Jul 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1292 | Comments: 0
 

Famous Canadians

A slide show of some famous Canadians

added: Tue Jun 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1242 | Comments: 0
 

Francis Rattenbury

Mini-doc on architect Francis Rattenbury (1867-1935) who designed British Columbia's Parliament Buildings, Empress Hotel, and many other notable buildings.

added: Fri Jul 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1087 | Comments: 0
 

Jennifer Tilly--- Let it Ride

A great little movie and well worth a watch.

added: Mon Mar 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 2650 | Comments: 0
 

John McCrae in Flanders Fields

"John McCrae in Flanders Fields" Stephen Robinson and Tracie Seedhouse Robinson Heritage Consulting and the Guelph Museums John McCrae is a doctor, military officer a

added: Tue Jul 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1768 | Comments: 0
 

Matthew Baillie Begbie

Mini-doc on Matthew Baillie Begbie (1819-1894), appointed British Columbia's first Chief Justice in 1858, who is widely credited with establishing British justice on the

added: Thu May 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1132 | Comments: 0
 

Sir James Douglas

Mini-doc on James Douglas, who in 1858 became the first governor of the Colony of British Columbia

added: Thu May 2009 | Length 00:00 | Views: 1152 | Comments: 0
 


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