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From the simplest farmer to the craziest outlaw, there are many amazing stories to tell from Canada's history.
Join me as I delve into the many interesting stories that Canadian history has to tell.

Canadian History Ehx Craig Baird

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From the simplest farmer to the craziest outlaw, there are many amazing stories to tell from Canada's history.
Join me as I delve into the many interesting stories that Canadian history has to tell.

    Mr. Dressup

    Mr. Dressup

    Today, I look at the life of Ernie Coombs, who delighted millions of Canadian children for 30 years as Mr. Dressup. I speak with Fred Penner and Judith Lawrence (Casey and Finnegan) about his life and impact on Canada as well.

    Thank you to the Conservancy Hornby Island https://www.conservancyhornbyisland.org for their help.

    Support the podcast for $3/month at www.patreon.com/canadaehx or donate at www.canadaehx.com

    E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com

    Twitter: www.twitter.com/craigbaird

    • 49分
    The History Of Wallace-Woodworth

    The History Of Wallace-Woodworth

    Today, I look at the history of the Rural Municipality of Wallace-Woodworth in Manitoba. From the Antique Automobile Museum, to the many historic buildings and even a unique plane crash in 1942, there is much to discover!

    This episode is sponsored by the RM of Wallace-Woodworth

    Support the show at www.patreon.com/canadaehx for $3/month or visit www.canadaehx.com to make a donation.

    E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadianhistoryehx

    • 36分
    An Interview With Kirk Diamond

    An Interview With Kirk Diamond

    Today, I speak with musician Kirk Diamond who has a new song out called Let It Be Done. We talk about making music during COVID, what he is up to and what we can all learn from the experience of 2020.


    Visit his website at www.kirkdiamondmusic.com


    Support the podcast for $3/month at www.patreon.com/canadaehx or donate at www.canadaehx.com


    E-mail me at craig@canadaehx.com


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    Twitter: www.twitter.com/craigbaird
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    • 18分
    An Interview With Michael Posner

    An Interview With Michael Posner

    Today on the podcast, I speak with author Michael Posner, who has recently released his first of three books that look at the life of legendary artist and musician Leonard Cohen.

    Find the book here: https://www.simonandschuster.ca/books/Leonard-Cohen-Untold-Stories-The-Early-Years/Michael-Posner/Leonard-Cohen-Untold-Stories-series/9781982152628

    Support the show for $3/month at www.patreon.com/canadaehx or donate at www.canadaehx.com

    E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com

    • 23分
    The Wabanaki Confederacy

    The Wabanaki Confederacy

    For 200 years, the Wabanaki Confederacy united five Indigenous nations in the Atlantic Canada region as they pushed back against the encroachment of the English on their traditional lands.

    This is the story of that Confederacy and the impact it had.

    Support the show at www.patreon.com/canadaehx or visit www.canadaehx.com and click Donate.

    E-mail me at craig@canadaehx.com

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadianhistoryehx

    Twitter: www.twitter.com/craigbaird

    Instagram: @Bairdo37

    • 30分
    An Interview With Peter Mansbridge

    An Interview With Peter Mansbridge

    For two decades, Peter Mansbridge was on our television screens as the host of The National. While retired now, he is still very busy and recently released a book called Extraordinary Canadians. 

    I had the chance to speak with him about the book recently.

    Get the book here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Extraordinary-Canadians/Peter-Mansbridge/9781982134525

    Support the show for $3/month at www.patreon.com/canadaehx or donate at www.canadaehx.com

    E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com

    • 22分

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I enjoy these little snippets of Canadian history, but PLEASE! PLEASE! Learn how to pronounce names, especially French ones. It kind of takes away from all your research if you can’t even pronounce , for example. Louis St. Laurent’s or Arthur Meighen’s name correctly (San Lo RAHN; MEEyen). But keep up the good work.

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