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Cybercan Total Media Clint Cawsey Veterans Affairs 2012 H57RC People of Canada
In a world of Fake News, corruption, video manipulation and unproven conspiracy theories, one thing is certain. The truth is becoming harder to find.
That's where TimeKeepers Canada comes in with our collection of honest, classic interviews with people who were there. Their words and eye witness accounts are the only way we can assure our Canadian heritage is preserved for the future.
The following people volunteered their time to talk about what life was like growing up in Canada
in the 20th century. With Canadian stories from as far back as 1890, they wanted to have their recollections recorded for the future.
Some of these interviews are incredible eye witness accounts of our history.
Almonte Train Wreck The Rawleigh Man Nanton Lancaster Bomber
Aircraft Simulator Ottawa River Logging Holland WWII - Part 2
Jun Li The Wall at Nanton The Ortona Song
Fire Fighters Memorial Fallen Heroes Travel Inside Canada
Challenges of Aging D Day to the Gap The Lightning Tree
New Canada Ideas The Importance of Oceans Sinking of the Athabascan
A Towns Tourist Attraction Newfoundland Optimism Hercules Engine Starts Up
Canadian Entrepreneurs A Search For His Father POW Medicine in WWII
WWII Mosquito Ace
A Dwayne Price Video
Former and Present Sponsors
Cybercan Total Media Clint Cawsey Veterans Affairs H57RC Dedicated Canadians
Coming on November the 11th, 2021
The POW Story and classic interviews from the real men of the Great Escape
Are You An Artist
We are looking for artists to help build TimeKeepers Canada into a major educational internet project. We have hundreds of classic interviews recorded with senior citizens and veterans since 1983. Dozens of topics with stories on war, aviation, medicine, the Big Events, wisdom, EnviroStation, Future Clock and Creative Canadians. Our problem is that there are many stories that have no known photographs or video archives available.
We need your help to find fellow artists across Canada who are interested in painting or drawing pictures of dramatic scenes from our remarkable collection of stories. The paintings above cover two great stories from WWII. The painters volunteered their time to re-create these incredible scenes. From sea, land or air battles to a scene from the Halifax Explosion or early settlers defending themselves from an angry grizzly bear, each scene is spectacular. If you volunteer, your art work will be edited into one of our classic historical scenes.
You will still own the artwork. If you can sell the original or prints, you will profit from whatever the painting might earn. At the same time, we'll promote your artwork and it will become part of the invaluable Timekeepers Canada collection and inspire young people with these incredible illustrated stories. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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