Historic North Vancouver cabin reborn as artist residency in False Creek

A historic North Vancouver cabin that was destined for destruction has a new home in False Creek as an artist residency.  Built in 1927,

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Historic Vancouver Island strip club closes

It’s the end of an era for a Victoria institution in erotic entertainment. One of the last remaining strip clubs on Vancouver Island, the Fox

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Historic church near Maidstone named Saskatchewan heritage site – Saskatoon

-the Shiloh Baptist Church was built in 1912 by Americans fleeing racism in the U.S. -descendants of the builders gathered to celebrate the

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Century-old Whyte Avenue building tapped as provincial historic resource

A 109-year-old brick building on Whyte Avenue that once housed a dance hall and a general store is now designated as a provincial historic

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‘This was one of many wrongs that were done’: Blood Tribe settles $150M historic cattle claim

More than a century ago, the federal government destroyed the Blood Tribe’s cattle industry, and today, the southern Alberta reserve signed a $150 million

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Raptors fan creates Lego version of Kawhi Leonard’s historic buzzer-beater shot – Toronto

A long-time Raptors fan says he spent nearly 40 hours creating a Lego version of Kawhi Leonard’s famous buzzer-beater shot that got the Raptors

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‘It’s a disgrace’: Historic Henderson House neglected, rotting away

The Henderson family name is one of the oldest in Manitoba, but that’s apparently not enough to save the log house that sheltered them during

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High Scaler Sculpture – Hoover Dam

Millions of years of weather eroded the canyon walls. Water froze in cracks and crevices, splitting the rock. Before construction could begin on the

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‘Historic milestone’: Fort McKay Métis declare self-governance

The Fort McKay Métis near Fort McMurray has declared self-governance after members voted to adopt a constitution, elections act, membership act and governance act. The

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‘It feels pretty special’: Moose Jaw Pride paints historic LGBTQ2 mural – Regina

Moose Jaw is known for its dozens of outdoor murals that tell stories of the city’s past and present, but until recently, the LGBTQ2

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