11 episodes

Podcast by Commemorate Canada

Commemorate Canada Commemorate Canada

    • History
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Podcast by Commemorate Canada

    Manitoba (Francais)

    Manitoba (Francais)

    En 1870, le Manitoba est devenu la cinquième province du Canada et la seule à se joindre à la Confédération sous la direction des Autochtones.

    • 8 min
    A place of their own

    A place of their own

    In 1870, Manitoba became Canada’s fifth province, and the only one to join Confederation under Indigenous leadership.

    • 9 min
    Cette première médaille d'or

    Cette première médaille d'or

    Cette première médaille d'or: le hockey olympique est depuis longtemps une institution canadienne, et tout cela remonte à 100 ans, lorsqu'un groupe de Canadiens islandais a battu le monde.

    • 7 min
    les Nations Unies

    les Nations Unies

    Il a combattu les intimidateurs: les Nations Unies sont au centre de la réponse mondiale à la guerre depuis 75 ans et ont un lien canadien peu connu

    • 8 min
    World War II

    World War II

    CANADA'S WAR: THE SECOND WORLD WAR SAW ONE IN TEN CANADIANS SERVE, BUT 75 YEARS AFTER ITS END, THE MEMORIES AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE WAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING ARE FADING. SHOULD WE BE CONCERNED?

    Music by Craig Rogers. Sound editing by Castria. Documentary clips by license with Peter Blow, filmmaker of Village of Widows. Sound effects by license with Epidemic Sound. English narration by Tim Querengesser. French narration by journalist Jessica L'Heureux. French translation by Jennifer Chevais. Interview with author Tim Cook.

    • 9 min
    Arctic Winter Games

    Arctic Winter Games

    A GAMES OF THEIR OWN: THE ARCTIC WINTER GAMES HAVE BEEN RECONFIGURING CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY AND CONNECTIONS IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR WORLD FOR 50 YEARS.

    Written by Tim Querengesser. Sound editing by Castria and Tim Querengesser. Sound effects of Arctic sports, dogs by licence with Midnight Light Media. English narration by Tim Querengesser. French narration by journalist Jessica L'Heureux. French translation by Jennifer Chevais. Research based on work by author Fran Hurcomb.

    • 7 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

playnumber5 ,

Snapshots of Canadian history

Really enjoying how much information is packed into each episode, especially lesser-known details such as the Sahtu Dene unknowingly mining radium for bombs in WWII. Great starting point for people wanting to learn more about Canadian history, and for those who feel pretty knowledgeable already. Looking forward to more episodes!

Bluebeard74 ,

Excellent content!

It’s refreshing to hear these little known stories of Canadian history. Hope to hear more soon.

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