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Cherry Creek Canadians - Cherry Creek Fonzie Merit, 2002 Canadian Horse stallion

Cherry Creek Fonzie Merit, 2002 Canadian Horse stallion

Cherry Creek Canadians - Cherry Creek Fonzie Merit, 2002 Canadian Horse stallion

24 Rare Vintage Photos Show Canadian Cowboys in the Late 19th to Early 20th Centuries
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24 Rare Photos Show Canadian Cowboys From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

Southern Alberta was, and still is, ranching country, with millions of acres of grasslands providing pasture for hungry cattle. Many ranches were established in the province beginning in the 1880s, and cowboys were hired to help take care of the cattle, horses, and other livestock. They worked for large outfits such as the Bar U Ranch, the CC Ranch at Mosquito Creek, and the Bow River Horse Ranch. They branded animals in the spring and took part in huge fall round-ups. They lived in…

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'The Black Presence in Halifax is Profound' Photography exhibit chronicles African-Canadian culture, history (Halifax Media Co-Op 20 February 2013)

'The Black Presence in Halifax is Profound'

Photography exhibit chronicles African-Canadian culture, history

The little-told history of Canadians as slave owners, not just slave rescuers

The little-told history of Canadians as slave owners, not just slave rescuers | CBC Radio

McGill professor Charmaine Nelson studies what is known as the fugitive slave archive — a collection of advertisements for escaped slaves. Ms. Nelson says we must understand our history of slavery, to confront racism in Canada today.

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Slavery and Freedom on a Canadian Shore: Africa’s Children in Nova Scotia, 1750-2009

In the account below Nova Scotian historian Sharon Robart-Johnson describes the research and writing that culminated in her book, African’s Children: A History of Blacks in Yarmouth, Nova Sco…

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada

Welcome to the web site of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada family. It has been designed to serve as a repository for all regimental news and information and to maintain a constant link to family members world-wide.

Major-General B.M. Hoffmeister, General Officer Commanding 5th Canadian Armoured Division, in the Sherman tank Vancouver. May 26, 1944, Castrocielo, Italy (Vicinity).

Major-General B.M. Hoffmeister, General Officer Commanding 5th Canadian Armoured Division, in the Sherman tank Vancouver. May 26, 1944, Castrocielo, Italy (Vicinity).

Jean Augustine - Canada: first black woman elected to Parliament.
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February is Black History Month in Canada and we're celebrating six of the cultural movers and shakers who enliven the arts scene in this country, and the icons who inspired them. | CBC
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Black History Month: 6 black Canadian culture-makers | CBC News

February is Black History Month in Canada and we're celebrating six of the cultural movers and shakers who enliven the arts scene in this country, and the icons who inspired them.

Buddy Daye, circa 1953-1966. Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame collection, Halifax

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Rose Fortune (1774 - 1864) Arguably the coolest Canadian ever, Rose was born into slavery in Virginia & immigrated to Nova Scotia at age 10 with her Black Loyalist parents after the American Revolution. She became a successful entrepreneur in an era where that opportunity was nearly impossible for a black woman. Fortune became one of port town Annapolis Royal's "most notable and respected figures during the first half of the 19th century."

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Rose Fortune (1774 - 1864) Arguably the coolest Canadian ever, Rose was born into slavery in Virginia & immigrated to Nova Scotia at age 10 with her Black Loyalist parents after the American Revolution. She became a successful entrepreneur in an era where that opportunity was nearly impossible for a black woman. Fortune became one of port town Annapolis Royal's "most notable and respected figures during the first half of the 19th century."

Rosemary Brown- She was the first black woman to be elected to political office in Canada.

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1914 – 1920 • For the first time women started working in munitions factories when men went off to war. • Women started to get the right to vote around Canada such as in the provinces Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick • Women’s labour league – The women’s labour league defended women workers and the labour movement. Their goal was to have equal pay, maternity care, and birth control. They also exposed short fall minimum wage laws.

Samuel Langford, Boxer Weymouth Falls, Nova Scotia

Samuel Langford, Boxer Weymouth Falls, Nova Scotia

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