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A recent case of black bear gall bladder possession in northern Ontario prompted Mike Commito to investigate the transnational connections associated with bear hunting.
Follow the route Jim Clifford and Andrew Watson took from Lake Joseph in Muskoka to Go Home Bay on Georgian Bay.
The latest video showcases how historical food knowledge helps us imagine our food futures.
This episode features an interview with Shannon Stunden Bower about the history of Oak Hammock Marsh.
A modern look at the classic fall activity: feeding a harvest crew, highlighting local food (garden fresh produce and locally sourced chickens).
Another short film from the Place and Placelessness workshop.
The 2011 Place and Placelessness Virtual Graduate Conference featured a short film competition. EHTV is proud to present the three films submitted to the contest as a special series. The second film in this […]
The 2011 Place and Placelessness Virtual Graduate Conference featured a short film competition.
The final episode of a five-part series on the history of asbestos mining in Quebec.
The fourth part in Dr. Jessica Van Horssen’s mini-series on the history of asbestos mining in Quebec.
The third installment of this five-part series.
This week continues its five-part series on asbestos in Quebec with the second installation.