Book review: As hockey’s brainiest practitioner, Ken Dryden knows that the essence of a good story is memory and feeling. Hence the subtitle of his ninth book, The Series: What I Remember, What It Felt Like, What It Feels Like Now.
Book Review: In The Beatle Bandit, popular true-crime author Nate Hendley crafts an intriguing story that is supported with photos and by materials including personal family letters.
Book Review: Of the 2,800 Canadian nurses who served during the First World War, very few kept a record of their wartime experience. Thus, Ruth Loggie’s war diary is a treasure.
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Who pays for Canada’s health-care system? And, how did it come to be?
Were Canada’s Treaties based on a major misunderstanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples?
The generations-long struggle for voting equality in Canada.
Is Canada really a “nation of peacekeepers?”
To mark Black History Month, Natasha Camacho and her students studied the lives and achievements of several notable Canadians of African descent.
Cynthia Bettio’s students undertook a year-long project to investigate Canadian history from 1914 to the present through the lens of traditionally underrepresented groups, including Indigenous people, racialized Canadians, and women.
Through age-appropriate resources and books, Barbara Ann Giroux introduced her young students to the history and legacy of the residential school system and encouraged them to consider their role in reconciliation.
Celebrating the very best in Canadian achievements in the field of history and heritage.
Quebec Court of Appeal considers legal arguments against Bill 21.
Hard-working huskies were the engines that powered dogsleds in the Arctic.
Gaming counters would be used either to keep score or for bidding during card games. Early varieties have distinctly Chinese designs with fine cross-hatching patterns and are very thin and delicate.
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These activities and resources guide teachers on incorporating disability studies in their classrooms.
This lesson will help students reflect on what they have learned throughout their inquiry project.
In this lesson, students will assess their knowledge of the Residential School system and the ongoing investigations related to students who died while attending Residential Schools.
This lesson encourages students to reflect on the role of the media and the impact of the “news cycle” on public awareness of current affairs.