Defense first stalwart Curotte heading to the Hall

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Joe Curotte played with some of lacrosse's greatest legends, and his stay-at-home, be consistent defence led him to the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame....

Teenage photographer hears call of drums

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An aspiring teenager from Verdun, Felicity Hamer took the bus across the bridge in the mid-‘90s for her first look at an Onkwehón:we powwow...

For the love of horses and westerns

These pictures highlight the love that James Kane had for horses and everything western. (Courtesy Helen Kane Ross) This week’s Blast from the Past is...

Catholic Church choir spreading Mohawk music for generations

The Iroquois Mixed Choir of Kahnawake visiting the CFCF TV station in Montreal to perform in Kanien'kéha on January 24, 1966. (Courtesy St. Francis...

Remembering the little farm off the 207

Mary Deer enjoys looking at old family photos, especially from her youth. (Courtesy Mary Deer)  This photo, posted by Mary Deer, is of her grandfather’s...

A colonial reminder remains six decades later

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A map from 1871 gives a snapshot of what Kahnawake once looked like before a massive waterway project sliced through the community. (Courtesy Winston...

Back when “Redmen” meant one clear thing

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In 1936, the title “Half-time show by Montreal area Scouts at McGill stadium,” appears above this photo, which was captioned, “Half-time break during a...

WWII veteran Herbert Rice’s post-war trauma

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Like many men during his time, Herby Rice went off to war to never return the same again. (Courtesy Christine Stacey) This week’s Blast from...

Little rascals recall hell-raising days

From left to right top row are Mitchell Dell, Herbie Lahache, Tommy Stacey, Donny Delormier, Francis Jacobs and Roy Jacobs. In the middle section...

Looking back at Clarence’s old arcade

Clarence Bova was 12 when he got his first job at Century Metal, a big scrapyard in Ville Saint Pierre. (Courtesy Clarence Bova) Clarence Bova,...

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