It may have been poetic irony or fate that had a hand in entrusting world-class architect Raymond Moriyama with the noble responsibility of searching for the soul of the new Canadian War Museum. From vivid memories of a treehouse he built in a Canadian internment camp when he was a young boy, Raymond Moriyama has created an indelible symbolic experience that can be felt in every corner of this concrete building of war and hope.
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Historian and author Helen Castor explores how people in the Middle Ages handled life's most fundamental moments of transition: birth, marriage and death. Why was the male world of...
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