How do museums approach presenting human rights atrocities?
Nominate an exceptional history project in your community for this year’s Governor General's History Award.
Port of Origins is intended to portray historical highlights of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia.
Students create collage to highlight 150 years of Canada’s history.
Doris Folkens shares stories of her family’s past.
After conducting research, listening to stories from Elders, and speaking with experts, Lisa Howell’s Grade 5 and 6 students used their knowledge to write and film a Public Service Announcement about Jordan’s Principle.
Inspired by the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation in 2017, Paul Paterson’s students formed a classroom think tank to create a vision for Canada in the year 2070.
Temma Frecker’s middle school students delved into the timely debate around commemorating controversial historical figures by examining the case study of the statue of Sir Edward Cornwallis.
Celebrating the very best in Canadian achievements in the field of history and heritage.
On September 13th 1918, Captain Robert Bartholomew suffered a sudden nervous breakdown after reading his son’s name in a newspaper casualty list.
Most babies arrive nine months after conception. For Malcolm Reid it was nine months after his mother’s death.
There’s much to ponder before airing family secrets.
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Watch now: in this webinar Tom Morton gives examples and strategies about how to use visual primary sources to teach historical thinking concepts.
Maud Lewis’s bright, beautiful art.
In this activity students create a package of 10 Canadian History Trading cards reflecting what they have learned and studied as their course progressed over the term.
Watch now: this webinar explores the structure of the Graphic History Collective, lessons learned through our work together, and tips for those looking to create their own projects or bring comics to the classroom.