Item #: 190426
Item #: 190427
Canada: A People’s History sheds light on some key moments in Canadian history between 1991 and 2015. The gay community fights for equality while Indigenous people speak out against past abuses; Quebec makes a gut-wrenching choice for its future while the Cirque du Soleil and Céline Dion take over the world; Newfoundland loses a natural resource but plays a vital role following the 9/11 attacks; Blackberry gives rise to the Canadian Silicon Valley; Canada joins the war on terrorism in Afghanistan, but fear of Islam leads to some failures at home; Indigenous women fight for their rights while protesters vent their frustration in the streets; an oil-laden train wreaks death and destruction in Lac-Mégantic while climate change transforms the Arctic; our athletes take the podium in Vancouver and a Canadian astronaut becomes an international star.
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Length: 88 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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