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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Leslie Caron - The Reluctant Star
Leslie Caron, star of Gigi and An American in Paris, is one of the last witnesses to the golden age of American cinema of the mid-20th century. Now, discover...
Rosalind Russell: Life is a Banquet
The star of Auntie Mame, His Girl Friday, Gypsy, and scores of other memorable films and Broadway shows, Rosalind Russell came into her own during...
Joanna Lumley: The Search for Noah's Ark
The story of Noah’s Ark and the catastrophic global flood is among the oldest tales of all time – one that has great meaning to Jewish, Christian...
1916: The Irish Rebellion
In Dublin during Easter Week 1916, a small group of Irish rebels took on the might of the British Empire. Although defeated militarily, they won a moral victory that...
Guggenheim and the Baroness
We know the Guggenheim Museum, but we do not know the story behind it - the story of its founding director: Hilla Rebay. Why have we never heard of her before?
West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson
Described as our “our Van Gogh”, Thomson's expressive and vibrant paintings of the northern landscape have become iconic representations of Canada. What...
Snapshot: The Art of Photography
This six-part series showcases innovative Canadian photographers from across the creative spectrum.
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
This extraordinary three-part series shares the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of...