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The Central Square
Knowing What You Eat
What Italian Canadians Most Often Grow in Their Gardens
The Enigma of the Fig
Cheeses Most Commonly Made at Home by Some Italian Canadians
Deli Meats Most Commonly Made by Italian Canadians
Audio Fiction: "A Winning Romantic Dinner"
Rediscovering the Joy of Eating
How Diversity Enhances Flavour
An Ingredient that Is Becoming Scarce
A Very Special Coffee
Audio Fiction: "The Restaurant with
When Work Becomes a Trade
Arts of the Needle
The Art of Basket Making
The Tinsmith's Trade
A Ticket to the World
Audio Fiction: "A Web Site under Construction"
Beyond the Reach of Time
Travelling in Style
4,200 Hours, Two Million Pieces...
Freedom of the Imagination
A Young Man's Dream
The Need to Create
Affirming a Talent
Audio Fiction: "Artisans of Time"
The Ties that Bind
Exchange of Services, Mutual Aid and Solidarity
Audio Fiction: "All for One"
The Roots of a Community
A Thousand Villages, a Thousand Italies
Spending Time Together
A Time to Celebrate
Audio Fiction: "May the Celebrations Continue"
Making Peace with the Inevitable
Audiovisual Fiction: "A Taxi Ride"
Unlocking the Past
One of the Largest Population Movements in Modern Times
Italians Help Fill a Canadian Labour Shortage
Immigration of Knowledge and Expertise
Putting Down Urban Roots
Forming Associations and Forging Identities
Did You Say "Italian"?
Italian from A to Z?
Index of Video Clips
Carenza Collection of Italian Recordings
YOUR COUNTRY. YOUR HISTORY.
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