On the heels of the massive failure that was the Battle of Ticonderoga/Carillon, the British had a victory in the Battle of Ticonderoga. The British, wanting to claim Fort [read on]
While ensuing alliances were being made in Europe, the British and French were having their respective victories over in the colonies located in the New World. Two of these [read on]
The Treaty of Utrecht, though a war focussed on European succession, unfortunately spilled over to the New World and its colonies. From sieges in Acadia to the eventual [read on]
At the beginning of the eighteenth century, far away from New France, in a not-so-little continent named Europe, there was a war going on, and all because of the lack of [read on]
Bécue-Renard’s new film explores the after-effects of war.
We are all fighting a challenging war on many fronts. Now is not the time for apathy.
The final instalment of the Hunger Games closes the series with a bang
Guerillas Humour et Compassion looks at how a mother and daughter relate after fleeing their homeland.
A student of history and a student of classics get together to stage a contemporary retelling of the Iliad. Find out about the show here.
One woman, two realities: the life and family struggles of a war photographer were never explored or delivered in a film as sensibly before!
An elderly man cares for two soldiers on opposite sides of the war in Georgia.
In a celebration of Canada and Canada Day, Quebec Curios explores the War of 1812 and the Battle of Chateauguay, one of two battles that would ensure initial British victory.
A survivor’s story of love and loss in post-war Germany.
When outspoken Eyad attends a prestigious boarding school in Jerusalem and meets a girl from a different background, drama ensues
Exploring the Conscription Crisis and its aftermath on French Canada.
It’s Cartier’s fault, of course. Or maybe Champlain. Whether you count the discoverer or the first colony builder/explorer, it is partly their fault that Quebec has two [read on]
British invader Eric Burdon talks to Montreal Rampage about his encounter with James Brown, making iconic music, and his appreciation for music today.
Reflections on how World War I brokered the world peace of today.
DVD part of series looking at WWII and its effects on various cities. This one focuses on Leningrad during its horrific siege