In honour of the 102nd anniversary of the release of "In Flanders Fields", we revisit Leonard Cohen's Legion Magazine video.
The famous war poem, written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, was first...Read More»
The poppy has been an international symbol of remembrance since the 19th century Napoleonic Wars, over 110 years before it was adopted by...Read More»
In honour of Remembrance Day, we salute the world-famous entertainers who represented their countries during the Second World War.
During an interview...Read More»
One hundred years ago on November 10, 2017, the Battle of Passchendaele came to an end. One of the bloodiest battles of First World War, there were more...Read More»
To Hitler, she was the most dangerous woman in Europe.
Queen Elizabeth, the charming consort of King George VI (and mother of our current queen,...Read More»
On the two occasions last century when world war broke out, prominent Canadian hockey players answered the call to arms, trading in their sticks and...Read More»
In honour of Remembrance Day, we talked to Canadian actor and playwright R.H. Thomson about his five-year project, The World Remembers.
From Road to...Read More»
Here, we look at some top historical sites and commemorative museums from the "War to End All Wars".
Standing on the hilly crest overlooking...Read More»
Here, eight classic books that honour and tell the stories of Canada's wartime heroes.
OUR FINEST HOUR: CANADA FIGHTS THE SECOND WORLD WAR...Read More»
This wartime dish is a meat-free version of shepherd's pie that's budget-friendly and easy to make.
Woolton Pie, is a wartime vegetable dish named...Read More»
Read our interview with Canadian Lt. Don Kerr about his experiences during the Second World War and his later involvement in setting up a museum in...Read More»