Kayak is the only place you’ll find original comics about our amazing Canadian past. Read graphic-novel-style stories from our history, brought to life by illustrator Alex Diochon in the pages of the magazine.

Power of the People

More than 60 years after the last Treaty in Canada was made, the Cree of northern Quebec insisted on having a say over what happened to the land, water and animals in their territory.

Railway Men

Trains were one of the few places Black men could get a job

Sergeant Bill

More than a mascot, this goat was a war hero

Wildfire: The Tom Longboat Story

He outran the competition ... and the doubters

Remembering Africville

The destruction of Halifax's Black neighbourhood.

Marathon of Hope

Nobody knew Terry Fox's courageous run would change Canada forever. Well, nobody except Terry!

Dust and Depression

Months without rain, clouds of dust, grasshoppers, hail — the 1930s were a brutal time for Prairie farmers.

Introducing the Dumbells

In the horror of the First World War, a group of Canadian soldiers helped others to laugh.

A New Life in New Brunswick

Did these children have a better life in Canada?

Norse in Newfoundland

What’s under those bumps? Finding proof of a long-ago settlement.

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Project partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
  • Canadian Heritage / Patrimoine Canadien
  • Government of Canada
  • HBC: Hudson's Bay Company
  • ecentricarts inc.