Big Timber: 5 Things We Learned From Kevin and Sarah Oct 8, 2020 Big Timber

HISTORY’s brand new series Big Timber takes a look at the the dangerous work of logger and sawmill owner Kevin Wenstob as he and his crew go to extremes to keep the family sawmill, and their way of life, alive. Kevin’s logging a remote timber claim high up the steep,…

We Talked with ALONE Contestant Kielyn Marrone, and Learned What Pushed Her Out of Her Comfort Zone Jun 11, 2020 Alone

History.ca got to speak with Alone contestant Kielyn Marrone about her time on the intense HISTORY reality competition, where participants get dropped in The Arctic for 100 days, and must use their expert survival skills for the chance at winning $1,000,000. Did we mention on this…

Every HISTORY Show You Can Binge Watch Now Apr 22, 2020 Vikings

As we find ourselves spending more time indoors, we may finally have the perfect opportunity to catch up on our favourite shows. From series available on History.ca, STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, the Global TV app, or…

Indigenous Filmmaker Asia Youngman Talks Authentic Representation in ‘The Wild Ones’ and... Feb 5, 2020 The Wild Ones

Indigenous Filmmaker Asia Youngman Talks Authentic Representation in ‘The Wild Ones’ and Canadian Media By: Chloe Tse Award-winning documentary filmmaker Asia Youngman is working to amplify the voices of Indigenous youth and promote authentic storytelling by countering tokenism, doing the research and having the right conversations. At the helm…

Battle Dec 2, 2019 Vikings

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An Interview with Katie Daubs, Author of The Missing Millionaire Oct 29, 2019

An Interview with Katie Daubs, Author of The Missing Millionaire: The True Story of Ambrose Small and the City Obsessed with Finding Him Katie Daubs, a reporter at the Toronto Star, has written her first book about the unsolved disappearance of Ambrose Small. Small was a self-made theatrical magnate…