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  • Link directly to the article. Don't use text posts for links, don't link to another subreddit, don't use link shorteners or redirects. Podcasts and Videos should be posted as link posts not text or media posts.

  • Don't editorialise link submission titles e.g. no "TIL" , "Is this true?" or "this is interesting!" and no all cap titles.

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  • Don't spam your own content and nothing but your own content. Remember - a subreddit is an online community, not a free advertisement board. If you are interested enough in history to make your own videos or blog, share the sources, blog posts and videos that you enjoy and learn from. You can post links to your own content - within reason. But if that's all you ever post, and/or — you submit the same post or video to multiple subreddits - you are a spammer. A widely used rule of thumb is that only 1 out of every 10 of your submissions should be your own content.

  • Posts should be on a historical topic which means about something that happened at least 20 years ago,

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/r/CanadianHistory

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The Chevalier de Johnstone: From Culloden to Cape Breton (part 1)

1 Comment
2024/03/06
12:04 UTC

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1967 Complete Audio of Press Conference Introducing the TurboTrain from Toronto to Montreal

1 Comment
2024/02/23
14:33 UTC

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When Canadian workers had enough - The Winnipeg General Strike

1 Comment
2023/12/18
14:33 UTC

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Revolutionary Roadblock: Trotsky's Time In The Amherst Internment Camp [Backyard History Podcast]

0 Comments
2023/10/24
14:28 UTC

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How The American Civil War Made Canada - Canadiana

3 Comments
2023/09/20
17:19 UTC

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The Story of Canadian Who Fought in Spanish Civil War Pieced Together With New Information Acquired From Russian Archives

0 Comments
2023/07/15
19:02 UTC

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The Saxby Gale: The Storm of the Century that was Predicted A Year Before Devastating Atlantic Canada

0 Comments
2023/06/21
03:27 UTC

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Who Were Canada's Confederate Collaborators in the U.S. Civil War? | The Agenda

1 Comment
2023/06/01
15:41 UTC

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The story of 5 forgotton civil defence sirens from the cold war... and a secret bunker

4 Comments
2023/05/26
03:08 UTC

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The Principality of Outer Baldonia: Nova Scotia’s Whimsical Seperatist Kingdowm

In 1949, a little Canadian island off of the coast of Nova Scotia declared itself to be its own country.

Calling itself The Principality of Outer Baldonia, it quickly developed all of the trappings of an independent nation: it had its own currency, postage stamps, its own flag, and a coat of arms boasting on it pictures of a tuna fish, a sheep, and a smiling lobster.

It soon became, in the words of reporter Harry Bruce “one of the zaniest hoaxes

0 Comments
2023/05/10
02:20 UTC

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How the CNE was used during the wars

1 Comment
2023/05/05
14:19 UTC

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Allen Mills | History of Socialism in Canada | #128 HR Podcast

1 Comment
2023/05/02
15:19 UTC

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First World War comedy troupe the Dumbells on CBC, 1965

1 Comment
2023/04/25
18:10 UTC

5

Nova Hollandia: When Canada Was A Dutch Colony

0 Comments
2023/04/18
23:34 UTC

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Édouard Beaupré, the Willow Bunch Giant

1 Comment
2023/04/08
17:46 UTC

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The Extraordinary Adventures of the Newfoundland Dog - Canadiana

1 Comment
2023/03/28
17:28 UTC

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