Forgot your password?

Home  /  Home
Read more in our magazine channel


Latest Issue

The Northwest Passage: Who really found the arctic sea route?

Hint: It's not who you think.

Click to read more.


Cause to Support

New project seeks to identify Inuit people photographed in the early to mid-twentieth century.

Click to watch video


Happy Birthday, Magna Carta!

Horrible Histories takes an irreverant look at the Great Charter of English Liberties which turns 800 this year.

Click to register for webinar.


Webinar Series

Edmonton's Historian Laureate brings you on a visual tour of the city's spaces where history & community meet.



Toronto: Biography of a City by Allan Levine

Read the review by Bob Rae

Click to read more about the exhibition


Royal BC Museum

New exhibition: Gold Rush! El Dorado in British Columbia is scheduled to open May 13, 2015.


Captain CookJohn McCrae's War

The story behind John McCrae, the Canadian soldier who wrote the famous First World War poem "In Flanders Fields."

VaccinesLiberating Holland

Canadian Second World War veterans look back on what it was like to free the Netherlands from Nazi occcupation in 1945.


Lesson PlanFamilies Found:
Collecting Oral History

Students conduct their own oral histories by interviewing their family about significant moments in their lives.

McGill War Poster CollectionMcGill War Poster Collection

This great collection of Canadian war posters will illuminate your history lesson.


Featured Title:
Regional Interest

The First Green Wave: Pollutions Probe and the Origins of Environmental Activism in Ontario by Ryan O'Connor.

Book Review

Rise to Greatness: The History of Canada from the Vikings to the Present by Conrad Black.


Jean Béliveau: Hockey LegendJean Béliveau: Hockey Legend

Béliveau — a key member of several Montreal hockey dynasties — died on December 2, 2014, at the age of 83.

Preparing for Canada's 150th AnniversaryPreparing for Canada's 150th Anniversary

Three years before the 150th celebration of confederation, 100 delegates from across Canada met to discuss Canada’s future.


Unique Beaches

Summer is short in the Great White North, so make the most of it. Before you don your trunks and take a dip this summer, check out the stories behind these eclectic beaches.


2015 Heritage Fairs

Coordinators, ensure you get your certificates and medals on time — register your fair now!

Support history Right Now! Donate
© Canada's History 2015
Feedback Analytics