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More than 100 of Canada's defining moments and personalities - from the world's first commercial jetliner and Jackie Robinson to Alice Munro and Vimy Ridge - are captured in these 90-second dramas heard on radio stations across the country.

Track 1 Jean Nicollet $0.99 CAD
Thousands of years ago aboriginal people trekked over the land bridge from Asia and slowly settled across North America. Around the year 1000, Vikings ventured across the North Atlantic and briefly inhabited the Maritime coast.

 

On old European maps it was labeled terra incognita, a vast bland space that excited their imaginations. John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, Jean Nicollet - Canada's celebrated explorers - plunged into that “unknown country” pursuing riches, fame and adventure.

 

These Minutes portray their stories of adventure and discovery.

 

Track 2 Agnes MacPhail Women $0.99 CAD

Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada’s first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

Track 3 Alice Munro Women, Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 4 Baseball Glove Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 5 Baseball Heroes Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 6 Basketball Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 7 Joseph-Armand Bombardier $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 8 John Cabot $0.99 CAD
Thousands of years ago aboriginal people trekked over the land bridge from Asia and slowly settled across North America. Around the year 1000, Vikings ventured across the North Atlantic and briefly inhabited the Maritime coast.

 

On old European maps it was labeled terra incognita, a vast bland space that excited their imaginations. John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, Jean Nicollet - Canada's celebrated explorers - plunged into that “unknown country” pursuing riches, fame and adventure.

 

These Minutes portray their stories of adventure and discovery.

 

Track 9 Joseph Tyrrell Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 10 J.S. Woodsworth $0.99 CAD
The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

 

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

 

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

 

Track 11 Lucille Teasdale Women $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 12 Bluenose $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 13 Louis Riel Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
Centuries ago the Iroquois nations found a way to establish peace and unity among themselves. The Great Peace, dramatized in Peacemaker, can be traced back more than 1,500 years and has lasted to the present day.

 

Track 14 Superman Arts and Culture, Heroes $0.99 CAD
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.

 

Track 15 Valour Road Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 16 Emily Carr Women, Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 17 Emily Murphy Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 18 Étienne Parent $0.99 CAD
The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

 

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

 

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

 

Track 19 Expo '67 $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 20 Stratford Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 21 Flags $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 22 John McCrae Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 23 Governor Frontenac Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 24 Orphans $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 25 Grey Owl Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 26 Halifax Explosion Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 27 Jackie Robinson Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 28 Jacques Plante Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 29 Juno Beach Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 30 La Bolduc Women, Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 31 Laura Secord Military, Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 32 Lighting Up Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 33 Syrup $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 34 Marconi Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 35 Margaret Laurence Women, Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 36 Le Réseau $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 37 Myrnam Hospital Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 38 Jacques Cartier $0.99 CAD
Thousands of years ago aboriginal people trekked over the land bridge from Asia and slowly settled across North America. Around the year 1000, Vikings ventured across the North Atlantic and briefly inhabited the Maritime coast.

 

On old European maps it was labeled terra incognita, a vast bland space that excited their imaginations. John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, Jean Nicollet - Canada's celebrated explorers - plunged into that “unknown country” pursuing riches, fame and adventure.

 

These Minutes portray their stories of adventure and discovery.

 

Track 39 Nat Taylor $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 40 Nellie McClung Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 41 Les Voltigeurs de Québec $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 42 Oil in Alberta $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 43 Paris Crew Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 44 Pauline Vanier $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 45 Recall the Premier $0.99 CAD
The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

 

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

 

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

 

Track 46 Saguenay Fire $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 47 Sam Steele $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 48 Sir Sandford Fleming $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 49 Saving Children Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 50 Seeing Outerspace Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 51 Shaping the Future Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 52 Smallpox Heroes $0.99 CAD
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.

 

Track 53 Susanna Moodie Women, Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 54 Ted Rogers Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 55 Nitro $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 56 Peacemaker Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
Centuries ago the Iroquois nations found a way to establish peace and unity among themselves. The Great Peace, dramatized in Peacemaker, can be traced back more than 1,500 years and has lasted to the present day.

 

Track 57 Vikings $0.99 CAD
Thousands of years ago aboriginal people trekked over the land bridge from Asia and slowly settled across North America. Around the year 1000, Vikings ventured across the North Atlantic and briefly inhabited the Maritime coast.

 

On old European maps it was labeled terra incognita, a vast bland space that excited their imaginations. John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, Jean Nicollet - Canada's celebrated explorers - plunged into that “unknown country” pursuing riches, fame and adventure.

 

These Minutes portray their stories of adventure and discovery.

 

Track 58 Winnie Military $0.99 CAD
When Prime Minister Lester Pearson vowed to create a distinctive Canadian flag in 1964, some of his advisors warned him that it would be ‘political suicide' to tamper with the country's most important national symbol. But Pearson wanted a flag that “would not be mistaken for the emblem of any other country.”

 

Whether it's our national flag, our national anthem, our famous Bluenose schooner, or a mascot named Winnie, we understand ourselves through our symbols.

 

These Minutes look at some of the people and events that helped emblemize Canada.

 

Track 59 Wop May Heroes $0.99 CAD
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.

 

Track 60 John Humphrey $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 61 Hart & Papineau $0.99 CAD
The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

 

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

 

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

 

Track 62 Jennie Trout Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 63 Mary Ann Shadd Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 64 Home from the Wars Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 65 Avro Arrow Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 66 Vimy Ridge Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 67 Major Gustave Bieler Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 68 Battle of Ortona Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 69 Dr. Moses Coady $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 70 Yousuf Karsh Arts and Culture $0.99 CAD
Artists illuminate the spirit of our nation, whether they are painters, musicians, writers, dancers, actors, or even the philosophers who explain the effects of the arts on our lives.

 

Track 71 Chomeday de Maisonneuve $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 72 Reginald Aubrey Fessenden Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 73 Midwife Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 74 Frontier College Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 75 Rural Teacher Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada's first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 76 Responsible Government $0.99 CAD

The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

Track 77 Maurice "Rocket" Richard Sports $0.99 CAD
Canadians have made an impact on the world of sports, and the athletes' stories also demonstrate personal courage and integrity.

 

At the 1867 Paris International Exposition, a lighthouse keeper and three fishermen from Saint John, New Brunswick dramatically announced the arrival of the new nation of Canada on the international sporting scene by scoring surprising victories against the best rowers in the world.

 

"Rocket" Richard's explosive 18-year career made him the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero.

 

Track 78 Atlantic Fishery $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 79 Joseph Casavant $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 80 Mona Parsons Military, Women $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 81 Baldwin & LaFontaine $0.99 CAD
The important milestones in the development of our democratic institutions are anything but dull.

 

The struggle toward self-government in Canada includes stirring tales of patriots such as Louis-Joseph Papineau and martyrs of the 1837 rebellions. It also includes the important work of moderate reformers who advocated effective elected representation.

 

The partnership of Louis Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin showed that French and English Canadians could work together to solve their political problems.

 

Track 82 Water Pump Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 83 Jetliner $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 84 Cottage Hospitals $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 85 Dr. Armand Frappier $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 86 Dr. A.R. Abbott $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 87 Blessing $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 88 The Polio Scare Heroes $0.99 CAD
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.

 

Track 89 Dieppe Military $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 90 School Days (Radio) Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
Centuries ago the Iroquois nations found a way to establish peace and unity among themselves. The Great Peace, dramatized in Peacemaker, can be traced back more than 1,500 years and has lasted to the present day.

 

Track 91 Madeleine Parent Women $0.99 CAD
Whether it was the midwives of the early 19th Century, or the young rural teachers who taught in one-room schools in isolated communities across Canada, or the outspoken leaders who led the fight to gain the vote for women; strong women have helped shape our history.

 

“Never was a country better adapted to produce a great race of women than this Canada of ours, nor a race of women better adapted to make a great country,” stated Emily Murphy, Canada’s first female magistrate. Murphy ensured that women won their legal rights in the famous Persons Case.

 

Track 92 Soddie $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.

 

Track 93 Sitting Bull Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
Centuries ago the Iroquois nations found a way to establish peace and unity among themselves. The Great Peace, dramatized in Peacemaker, can be traced back more than 1,500 years and has lasted to the present day.

 

Track 94 Sir Charles Saunders $0.99 CAD

Canada’s business visionaries are passionate, single-minded individuals. Joseph Armand Bombardier, the determined founder of a small business empire, never stopped inventing, perfecting and producing all-terrain vehicles. The Bombardier spirit of initiative and responsibility continues to this day.

Track 95 Wilder Penfield Science/Innovation $0.99 CAD
Canada's creative spirit in arts, sciences and industry is clearly exemplified by the accomplishments of Sanford Fleming, the dynamic chief engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway who surveyed the first rail route across Canada, designed our first postage stamp and achieved lasting international fame as the "Father of Standard Time."

 

In Montréal, Canadian surgeon Wilder Penfield revolutionized the techniques of brain surgery, using his scalpel and electronic probes to reveal many of the secrets of cognition, memory and sensation.

 

Track 96 Marco Polo $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 97 Two-Gun Cohen $0.99 CAD
Canada's crowning achievement in the year of its centennial was Expo 67. One of the most successful international exhibitions of the 20th century, Expo 67 gave Montréal the opportunity to show itself as a world-class city and proved once and for all that Canada had come of age.

 

But Canada's international reputation was formed on more than just expositions. Canada also has a history of human rights advocacy and humanitarian generosity.

 

John Humphrey made human rights a matter of global concern as the author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Track 98 Tommy Prince Military, Indigenous History $0.99 CAD
Canada is internationally recognized for its role as a peacekeeping nation. But Canadian soldiers have seen their share of battle and their heroism is not forgotten.

 

Around the world, the tragedy of war is often remembered through a beautiful and haunting poem, written to commemorate those who died in World War I. John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields” following his experiences in the trench warfare around Ypres, Belgium.

 

Track 99 Maurice Ruddick Heroes $0.99 CAD
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.

 

Track 100 Underground Railroad $0.99 CAD
Making a home in Canada has always involved hard work and overcoming obstacles.

 

Between 1840 and 1860, more than 30,000 American slaves came secretly to Canada and freedom. They were aided by "agents" on the Underground Railroad - men and women, white and black, Canadian and American.