The Hill 70 Memorial Project seeks to educate and commemorate overlooked First World War victory.
Nancy Payne, editor of Kayak, speaks with Joseph Trivers, Music Acquisitions Librarian, about a song that at one time served as Canada’s unofficial national anthem, and a song from a Norwegian play sung by a celebrated Canadian soprano.
Watch now: in this video Canada's History goes behind-the-scenes at the Manitoba Museum to view and to touch artifacts and specimens.
In this webinar series, speakers will demonstrate why and how Wikipedia is used as a method of outreach and activism and why Canadian history on Wikipedia needs our attention.
The Governor General's History Award winning project, Avec les yeux d'hier et d'aujourd'hui, brings together three groups of Vaudreuil-Dorion citizens to breathe new life into the city’s old photos.
Voices of the Valley, a museum exhibition developed by The Reach in collaboration with the MSA Museum Society aims to inspire visitors of all ages to explore the rich collections of historical objects, photographs, and archival materials that tell the story of the Abbotsford community through the eyes of individuals who have shaped it.
Maison Saint-Gabriel, a museum and historic site in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Quebec, made quite an impact with its recent project celebrating the 350th anniversary of the first horses to arrive in New France (1665–2015).
Nominate an exceptional history project in your community for this year’s Governor General's History Award.
Her natural beauty made her the perfect model for a national propaganda poster campaign.
Using DNA to test conjectures about your family history.
A Winnipeg couple goes back in time at their 1815-inspired historical wedding.
With 5 uniquely curated newsletters to choose from, we have something for everyone.
Take a trip to Montreal with this audiowalk to learn about the city’s history.
Bring this map of Canada and these specially made tokens into your classroom to mark each Canadian historic site, person and event your students learn about.
Students develop an understanding of the importance of the process in which unique and historically significant national sites, people and events in Canada are determined and the potential consequences of not recognizing and preserving them.