Michaëlle Jean 55 - former Governor General of Canada (27th) made history as the first governor general from the Caribbean and the first Black woman governor general. These days she has transitioned to her natural curlies.
Infantryman form the Royal 22e Regiment in Sicily, tank crew officer from the South Alberta Regiment in NW Europe, and infantryman from the Highland Light Infantry of Canada, at Normandy. Colour plate from CANADIAN FORCES IN WORLD WAR TWO displayed here with the permission of the artist, Ron Volstad.
"In honor of the Canadian election - Justin Trudeau circa 1997 working as a snowboard instructor at Whistler" by cazer78 in OldSchoolCool
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Your place to buy and sell all things handmade
The Hudson Bay Capote or Blanket Coat was used extensively by mountianmen and indians alike. Its ease in construction and truly practical wearing qualities made it a highly desireable possession on the early frontier. 1978 Green River Forge, Ltd Pattern is uncut and on heavy brown paper, with age spots and some staining from storage, but no musky odors. Instructions and history of coat on one sheet. There are 5 sheets total. Sizes are as follows and included 40 to 42 44 to 48 50 to 52…
I used to read the Underground to Canada book in January and February to Grade 5. It tied in with February as Black History Month. One of my favourite "deep thinking" books. Students seem to have remarkable insights every time I read this one.
The Black Donnellys
The Black Donnellys book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Johannah trained her sons to fight dirty. A knee to the groin,...
Hardman: Queen gives clearest indication Charles is future
The enhanced role of Prince Charles at the three-day Commonwealth summit in Malta, shows the Queen sees him as the future of the monarchy, writes Robert Hardman.
A taste of the familiar in First World War-era foods
Butter tarts, macaroni and cheese, soups and stews – the dishes of First World War-era Canada are still familiar favourites, one hundred years on. The macaroni and cheese that appeared in the 19th century was a sophisticated dish; imported Parmesan was the cheese of choice, rather than cheddar,...