Refugee Crisis: When thousands of Sioux people from the Dakota territory fled to Canada with the U.S. army hot on their heels, cross-border complications followed.
Also in this issue Unsettling Scenes: Recently uncovered paintings offer a remarkable perspective on the Frog Lake Massacre and the Northwest Rebellion. | Letters from Pauline: Pauline Vanier's wartime correspondence sheds new light on the vibrant personality of a distinguished Canadian. | Beyond Winnie: They dance, they wrestle, they maul; bears have had an uneasy time of it in their roles as pets, mascots, and roadside attractions. | Lava Land: The history of Canada's volcanic past is written in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Regular features: Christopher Moore, History Matters, Currents, Trading Post, Destinations, Roots, Album, Book Reviews.