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Viola Desmond

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Viola Desmond

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The 82nd Heritage Minute in Historica Canada's collection.

For more information about Viola Desmond visit The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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  • Viola Desmond – Kandyse McClure
  • Carrie Best – Melannee Murray
  • Ticket Seller – Stacie Harrison
  • Henry MacNeil,Theatre Manager – Kevin Rothery
  • Reverend Oliver – Dwight Lane
  • Jack Desmond – Kudjo Fiakpui
  • Police Officer – Jodi Stecyk

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Terry Fox

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Terry Fox

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  • Terry Fox – Jared Huumonen
  • Narrator – Lloyd Robertson

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Nursing Sisters

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Nursing Sisters

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For more information about Nursing Sisters visit The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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  • Eden Lyal Pringle – Siobhan Williams
  • Eleanor Jean Thompson – Myla Southward
  • Narrator – Molly Parker

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Wop May

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Wop May

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A hero is someone who is willing to put himself on the line to help others. Heroes are often ordinary people who make extraordinary decisions in times of crisis.

 

Maurice Ruddick, one of the few black men employed at the Springhill mine in Nova Scotia, saved the lives of six other miners when they became trapped.

 

Today's comic books owe a great deal to the “man of steel” we know as Superman. The first great superhero, created by Toronto-born Joe Shuster and his high school buddy Jerry Siegel, became the first comic book best-seller, creating generations of imitators and spawning an entire industry.

 

These Minutes recognize some of Canada's heroes.

 

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The Polio Scare

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The Polio Scare

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A hero is someone who is willing to put himself on the line to help others. Heroes are often ordinary people who make extraordinary decisions in times of crisis.

 

Maurice Ruddick, one of the few black men employed at the Springhill mine in Nova Scotia, saved the lives of six other miners when they became trapped.

 

Today's comic books owe a great deal to the “man of steel” we know as Superman. The first great superhero, created by Toronto-born Joe Shuster and his high school buddy Jerry Siegel, became the first comic book best-seller, creating generations of imitators and spawning an entire industry.

 

These Minutes recognize some of Canada's heroes.

 

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Superman

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Superman

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A hero is someone who is willing to put himself on the line to help others. Heroes are often ordinary people who make extraordinary decisions in times of crisis.

 

Maurice Ruddick, one of the few black men employed at the Springhill mine in Nova Scotia, saved the lives of six other miners when they became trapped.

 

Today's comic books owe a great deal to the “man of steel” we know as Superman. The first great superhero, created by Toronto-born Joe Shuster and his high school buddy Jerry Siegel, became the first comic book best-seller, creating generations of imitators and spawning an entire industry.

 

These Minutes recognize some of Canada's heroes.

 

Smallpox

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Smallpox

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A hero is someone who is willing to put himself on the line to help others. Heroes are often ordinary people who make extraordinary decisions in times of crisis.

 

Maurice Ruddick, one of the few black men employed at the Springhill mine in Nova Scotia, saved the lives of six other miners when they became trapped.

 

Today's comic books owe a great deal to the “man of steel” we know as Superman. The first great superhero, created by Toronto-born Joe Shuster and his high school buddy Jerry Siegel, became the first comic book best-seller, creating generations of imitators and spawning an entire industry.

 

These Minutes recognize some of Canada's heroes.

 

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Maurice Ruddick

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Maurice Ruddick

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A hero is someone who is willing to put himself on the line to help others. Heroes are often ordinary people who make extraordinary decisions in times of crisis.

 

Maurice Ruddick, one of the few black men employed at the Springhill mine in Nova Scotia, saved the lives of six other miners when they became trapped.

 

Today's comic books owe a great deal to the “man of steel” we know as Superman. The first great superhero, created by Toronto-born Joe Shuster and his high school buddy Jerry Siegel, became the first comic book best-seller, creating generations of imitators and spawning an entire industry.

 

These Minutes recognize some of Canada's heroes.

 

Nellie McClung

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Nellie McClung

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For more information about Nellie McClung visit The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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  • McClung – Sharman Sturges-Yarnell
  • Roblin – Brian Dooley
  • Additional Cast – Peter Gzowski

Laura Secord

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Laura Secord

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For more information about Laura Secord visit The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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  • Secord – Louisa Martin
  • FitzGibbon – Stephen McHattie
  • Mohawk person #1 – Eric Schweig
  • Mohawk person #2 – Denis Lacroix
  • Mohawk person #3 – Jonathon Fisher
  • Mohawk person #4 – Jack Burning
  • Additional Cast – J Winston Carroll
  • Additional Cast – Richard Hardacre
  • Additional Cast – Katherine Trowell

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