From Andrew Sampson of CBC News:
Link: New Frontier: Allan Hawco talks ‘next level’ Republic of Doyle follow-up
“It’s rife with bloody conflict. It’s a period of our history that we often glaze over when we hear about it because of the way that we’re often taught about it as kids. It’s really interesting because the fur trade was really the birth, in many ways, to capitalism in North America as we know it.” Continue reading.
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