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Buffalo roam as they used to do on the prairies.

chasing tumbleweeds.

every now and then…there is a quote that grabs us. it grabs us and gets inside of us. and won’t let go. this one, by buffalo bill, is one of those quotes… and we’ve been feeling pretty darn restless lately…we’ve been feeling the call of wild horses… and the wild blue yonder… and we just feel like we just can’t sit still… we were inspired… so we pulled on our boots, strapped on our camera, and did a photoshoot… and sowed our wild oats in a field of bitter weed… CliCK HERE for all kinds of…

CANADA: Governor General Michaelle Jean - first Black Governor of Canada. Women we admire; influential women in history #Lottie dolls #herstory

CANADA: Governor General Michaelle Jean - first Black Governor of Canada. Women we admire; influential women in history #Lottie dolls #herstory

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.

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.

Hands-On Canadian History: Fathers of Confederation

These cards feature the photos, names, provinces of each of the fathers of confederation - done in the style of 3 part cards from the Montessori method.

Acadian Music, Culture, Festivals and Genealogy in Nova Scotia

Enjoy this video of Nova Scotia's Acadian festivals, culture, music & history. Explore your Nova Scotia roots with us. http://www.novascotia.com/en/home/disc...

On June 26, 1959, the St. Lawrence Seaway opens.

Hellespont | Modern Integrated Ship Management Solutions

Hellespont Shipping is a leading provider of Ship Management Solutions. With a wide range of services, Hellespont provides both vessel and crew management services.

The Halifax Citadel is Serious Business

What should you expect when visiting the Halifax Citadel? Living History, bagpipes, and a very loud gun. Don't miss this unique fort of Nova Scotia.

The Right Honourable Kim Campbell, 19th Prime Minister of Canada (1993) | #cdnpoli

The Right Honourable Kim Campbell - History, Arts and Architecture - House of Commons

The Right Honourable Kim Campbell, 19th Prime Minister of Canada (1993) | #cdnpoli

Canada Act Passed Mar 8, 1982 - The British House of Commons passed the Canada Act of 1982. It was adopted by the House of Lords on March 25. The Act ended British legislative jurisdiction over Canada. Queen Elizabeth II signed the proclamation in Ottawa on April 17.

The Canadian Encyclopedia

History, politics, arts, science & more: the Canadian Encyclopedia is your reference on Canada. Articles, timelines & resources for teachers, students & public.

Winston Churchill, William Lyon Mackenzie King, the Earl of Athlone, and Franklin D. Roosevelt on the terrace of the citadel in Quebec, Canada during the 1943 Quadrant conference in which the invasion strategy for Normandy was discussed.

Winston Churchill, William Lyon Mackenzie King, the Earl of Athlone, and Franklin D. Roosevelt on the terrace of the citadel in Quebec, Canada during the 1943 Quadrant conference in which the invasion strategy for Normandy was discussed.

The Right Honourable Jean Chrétien, 20th Prime Minister of Canada (1993-2003) | #cdnpoli

The Right Honourable Jean Chrétien - History, Arts and Architecture - House of Commons

The Right Honourable Jean Chrétien, 20th Prime Minister of Canada (1993-2003) | #cdnpoli

The Right Honourable Charles Joseph Clark, 16th Prime Minister of Canada (1979-1980) | #cdnpoli

The Right Honourable Charles Joseph Clark - History, Arts and Architecture - House of Commons

The Right Honourable Charles Joseph Clark, 16th Prime Minister of Canada (1979-1980) | #cdnpoli

Maire Therese Casgrain (1896-1981) A canadian feminist who led the fight to obtain full sufferage for women, she was also the president of Quebec League for Women's Rights from 1929-1948.

Maire Therese Casgrain (1896-1981) A canadian feminist who led the fight to obtain full sufferage for women, she was also the president of Quebec League for Women's Rights from 1929-1948.

Major-General Sir Isaac Brock

1812: The War That Saved Canada - Legion Magazine

Last fall, Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore announced the federal government would invest millions of dollars to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. That celebration, he stated, was an opportunity for all Canadians to take pride in their history and participate “in the events and activities that will mark this important anniversary for Canada.” The problem is that, with the gradual disappearance of history from school curriculums in recent decades, many Canadians…