We head to Montreal in the 1700s to tell the story of Marie-Joseph Angélique and her resistance against slavery.
A story about a royal family, a world at war, a baby, and a whole lot of tulips.
A story about a famous Canadian monument that's unfinished, inaccurate, celebrated, loathed, iconic, ignorant, metaphorical, re-appropriated, imitated, divided, shamed, shunned, loved...
We explore the mysterious ruins of a secret laboratory in Gatineau Park, and tell the story of an entrepreneur and inventor who turned water into light.
In our first episode, we dive into the strange and unexpected history behind Canada's national anthem. "O Canada" was written by a veteran of the American Civil War to celebrate Quebec's national holiday; it's story touches on everything from Pierre Trudeau to bloody riots to the very earliest French settlers.