In every issue of Kayak, we feature a cool fiction story about a famous person or event in Canada's past. Check back often for some great reading!

Union Town

There’s no place quite like Newfoundland’s Port Union.

The All-Canadian Game

Crokinole is beloved across the country

The Funny Little Woman in the Funny Little House

The beloved art of Maud Lewis.

Del's Truck

Who owns what? Del loved his truck and liked to let other people use it. Until the day when a newcomer scooped it out from under his nose.

Time for A Change

A missing train sparks a big idea

A Dog's Life

An abused dog becomes famous

Basketball's Best

It started with a high school girls' basketball team in Edmonton, and ended with one of the best winning records ever.

The Woman who Loved Cities

Jane Jacob's battles and beliefs

Guiding Lights

Five Canadian kids meet at Cape Spear, the most eastern point in North America, near its famous lighthouse.

Shattered City, Shattered Lives

A brother and sister keep each other going after the Halifax Explosion sends windows, branches and fences flying.

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