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This project has worked to identify people in residential school photographs & put the images back into the hands of the Indigenous communities represented in the pictures.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day this week, let’s take a moment to acknowledge one of Canada’s most influential humanitarian pioneers, Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova.
February 3, 2016, marks the one hundredth anniversary of the fire on Parliament Hill.
Home Economics: 150 Years of Canadian Hooked Rugs at the Textile Museum of Canada in Toronto showcases about 100 rugs from the museum’s huge collection.
This family hopes to break a Guinness World Record by getting enough people with the same last name together in the same place in 2016.
Inspect these five artifacts from the Canadian Museum of History's recent exhibition.
Passion for the past inspires a young historian in Cornwall, Ontario, to memorialize inmates who died at a local ‘poor house.’
The HBC History Foundation launches advertisements commemorating Canada’s historic figures.
These 10 historic structures were named the "most endangered" in Canada according to a list released recently by the National Trust for Canada.
New project seeks to identify Inuit people photographed in the early to mid-twentieth century.
Winnipeg-based dance company celebrates 75 years of historic occasions.
Join the Hockey Canada's Century Tour and learn about their 100 years of history.
A century ago, Harry Colebourn bought a black bear from a trapper in White River, Ontario for twenty dollars. Colebourn named the bear Winnie, after his hometown of Winnipeg.
Guelph, Ontario honours John McCrae as a physician, poet, and solider with a provincial plaque on Remembrance Day.
RWB's Going Home Star stuns audiences' with its outstanding display of public history
The beginning of September 2014 marked the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference on Prince Edward Island.
The Vimy Foundation is asking Canadians to ‘Give a VIMY ($20 bill) for Vimy’ to help raise awareness and funds.
Join us in the Canadian War Museum's vaults...
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Indigenous Arctic footwear at the Bata Shoe Mus...
National tour shares his life and legacy.
Head Archivist at U of M discusses new exhibit
Museum Visit: Black Creek Pioneer Village
Royal BC Museum launches "Race to the End ...
David O’Keefe discusses the tragic Dieppe...
Huron County Museum digitizes local photogra...
The Toronto Dreams Project takes on the UK
Berkshire Conference of Women Historians com...
Fanshawe Pioneer Village launches Virtual Vi...
Robin Esrock's Great Canadian Bucket List
Take a tour of the St. Roch with the Vancouver ...
Boomtown Trails: Bringing History to Life
Heritage Toronto honours Lester B. Pearson
Canada's History goes inside the Chilliwack...
Podcast: aMuse: Exhibits Unleashed
Oral History and Community Theatre
Free Webinar: Online Collections
Canada's History President Deborah Morrison
Researchers believe they have found in the waters off Nunavut the remains of HMS Terror, the second of the two missing ships of Sir John Franklin’s doomed 19th-century Arctic expedition.
In 1922, in the final months of the prohibition era, two bootleggers gunned down Const. Stephen Lawson in front of the Alberta Provincial Police Barracks Building in Coleman, Alta. Now, the Crowsnest Historical Society has launched a project to restore the famous barracks and preserve the memory of the tragedy.
Walk in someone’s footsteps, understand a different point of view, and engage with other Canadian history enthusiasts.
View History Related Events from across Canada.
The Vimy Foundation is planning to build the new Education Centre in France in time for the centennial in 2017.
Passion for the past inspires a young historian to memorialize inmates who died at a local ‘poor house.’
Sep 12, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Second ship from doomed Franklin expedition located, researchers say
Sep 07, 2016
Calgary Herald: Restoration of historic police barracks stirs memories of notorious murder and hanging
Sep 07, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Community council votes to protect Conn Smythe’s Toronto home
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