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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Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene
Grahame Greene's 50 books - including The Quiet American, The End of the Affair and The Third Man - sold tens of millions of copies, yet he remains...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.
The Story of India
For over two millennia, India has been at the centre of world history. But how did India come to be? What is India? In this epic six-part series, historian Michael Wood looks for...
Archaeologist Neil Oliver heads to the shore to explore stories of Australia’s magnificent coastline. Joined by a team of experts in...
C.D. Hoy: Portraits From the Frontier
This fascinating documentary traces the life and work of C.D. Hoy, one of Canada's most famous early photographers. This extraordinary story traces Hoy...
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...
Bill Cunningham New York
“We all get dressed for Bill,” says Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The “Bill” in question is New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this bike-riding...