The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike remains an unparalleled moment of solidarity among Canadian workers.
The theme of the 11th Canada’s History Forum was “Connecting Communities Through History.” Recipients of the 2018 Governor General’s History Awards shared the impact of their work on the communities that they serve. Presenters discussed how history can be used to build richer and deeper connections between all Canadians.
Prospecting philanthropist honoured for rescuing trapped miners.
Early twentieth-century photographs document the lives of marginalized Canadians.
Risk-takers and thrill-seekers who made their marks on Canada.
Maxine Hildrebrandt and Lisl Gunderman’s students participated in a cultural exchange where they explored topics from both the traditional Indigenous knowledge and Western science perspectives and incorporated research and writing, traditional storytelling, and land-based learning.
As part of their Secondary III History of Quebec and Canada class, Jean-François Gosselin’s students were asked to design a 3D model of a scene from the Seven Years’ War, using the game Minecraft.
After having conducted research on a historical building typical of New France, Eric Chassé’s students were required to build a scale model of the selected structure.
Celebrating the very best in Canadian achievements in the field of history and heritage.
Canada’s Ned Hanlan stayed one stroke ahead of controversy to become the world’s fastest man on water.
This game bag, used to carry pelts of small mammals, is made from woven rawhide, known as babiche, and smoked caribou hide
Winnipeg artist reimagines iconic Second World War images.
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Be sure to leave the lights on when you read this issue! You’ll meet historical spooks and explore unexplained stories from Canada’s past.
Use this puzzle to test your students’ knowledge of Canada’s spooky past.
How to better understand commemoration controversies.
In this presentation, Temma Frecker and Will Mercer share their experience delving into the timely debate around commemorating controversial historical figures.