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The sun was just coming up over the Normandy coast at about 5 a.m. on June 6, 1944 – D-Day.
The Allied navies – Canadian, British, American – had brought a huge invasion fleet from England to France in total darkness. For men on the ships, first light showed the black shapes of other nearby vessels. [...]

Niagara Falls, 1840

Besides the Canadian Mounties and the maple leaf, what could be more iconic of Canada than Niagara Falls? So it is fitting that the first photograph of Canada is of the Niagara Falls. And it is!

This image of Niagara Falls was discovered twelve years ago in a box at Newcastle University in England. The box, [...]

Happy Canada Day

The Charlottetown Conference was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, for representatives from the colonies of British North America to discuss Canadian Confederation. The conference took place between 1–9 September 1864. The above image is of delegates of the Charlottetown Conference on the steps of Government House.
Canadian Confederation was the process by which the federal [...]

Sasketchewan International Raceway

Western Canada’s oldest racetrack, Sasketchewan International Raceway was built in 1966 by Les Howard. It was first called “Southwinds Dragway” and later changed to “Saskatoon International Raceway” (SIR). In 1986, the Saskatchewan Drag Racing Association (SDRA) became the track operators and changed the name to “Saskatchewan International Raceway”. In the ‘70’s SIR was a regular [...]

Tom Thomson

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Jessica Eaton

I really do not know much about Jessica Eaton’s work, other than the fact that this series looks absolutely smashing! It just goes on to show that experimentation, abstraction and randomness can be compositionally compelling, especially when viewing her body of work in the whole and relating it to subjects that we can easily discern [...]

David Wisdom

As I age, I find myself getting increasingly more interested in history. I didn’t grow up in Vancouver, so the only history I know of it is through textbooks. However, textbooks do not offer personal accounts, of which I am even more interested in. Living life, especially through years before I was even born, through [...]

Lawren Harris

Lawren Harris is another Canadian legend in the art world. Part of the Group of Seven, he pioneered a distinctly Canadian painting style in the early twentieth century. He reduced already stark Canadian Arctic landscapes into semi-abstract forms and simple shapes, and stopped signing and dating his work in the 1920’s so the viewer will [...]

Prince George Airport

I will be the first to admit that I know very little about Prince George. Nested way up North in British Columbia, Prince George is a “bustling city of over 77,000 situated at the crossroads of Highway 97 (north-south) and Highway 16 (east-west), and at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers”. 778 kilometres [...]

Frank Gehry: AGO

Frank Genry is an architect with a distinct, inimitable style. His buildings are frequently bombastic and spectacular. His stunning facades come, unfortunately, at the expense of a functional interior. Case in point: Experience Music Project. The exterior is undeniably provocative, with sensual curves and scintillating skin, but the interior is awkwardly shaped and haphazardly laid [...]