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FITTING CLOTHES for Louis Riel

Article by Frann Harris

W
HEN THE OPENING NIGHT OF LOUIS RIEL loomed on Gillian Gallow’s calendar, she considered how the wardrobe team could complete the costumes in time....
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TABLE TALK

Article by Leopold Kowolik
A Cabinet as Sculpture and Object

I
N THE THIRD QUARTER of the twentieth century, the historic question of object and sculpture was reaching an apex....
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WEST COAST IDENTITY

Article by Sarah Carter
A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities

C
ABINETS OF CURIOSITIES, odd collections of natural specimens and cultural artifacts, have long appealed to scholars interested in the history...
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CURIOUSER and CURIOUSER

Article by Esther E. Shipman

F
EW THINGS INTRIGUE, DELIGHT, AND MYSTIFY like a treasure box that requires some effort and ingenuity to unlock its secrets. Imagine ninety-six compartments...
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FOUNDATIONS of DEMOCRACY

Article by Michael Prokopow
Vice-Regal Mansions in Canada

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HORTLY AFTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU was elected Prime Ministerdesignate in October, 2015, a story surfaced in the press about whether or not...
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SHARDS of IDENTITY

Article by Lorraine Flanigan
Piecing Together Domestic Fragments

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HE YEAR WAS 1697, and Pierre le Moyne d’Iberville led his French soldiers to Carbonear, one of the oldest settlements in...
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