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Michel Litalien presents at the 2012 Canada’s History Forum.
Hosted by Canada’s History Society
This presentation is in French.
Michel Litalien, author of Dans la Tourmente : Deux Hopitaux Militaires Canadiens-Français dans la France en Guerre (1915-1919), discusses the challenges of presenting the voice of French-Canadian soldiers.
Michel Litalien works for the Directorate of History and Heritage as manager of the Canadian Forces Museums and Historical Collections section.
How should the Great War be remembered?
Maxine Hildebrandt is a member of Pelican Lake First Nation and a teacher at Mother Earth’s Children’s Charter School (MECCS), Canada’s only Indigenous charter school, in Warburg, Alberta. Maxine organized a cultural exchange with another rural school in Alberta to introduce students to each other’s history, culture, and perspectives.
Janelle Delorme is a francophone Red River Métis activist, drum carrier and popular education specialist from St-Boniface / Treaty 1 territory. Janelle’s reconciliation journey began more than 10 years ago having participated in the ReconciliACTION program at Université de St-Boniface (2011-2013). She is a sought-out speaker and workshop facilitator on reconciliation and has facilitated hundreds of KAIROS Blanket Exercises.
In this presentation, Melanie Martin shares how Newfoundland and Labrador plan to commemorate their role in the Great War.
In this presentation, Jonathan Lainey reflects on his twenty years of work in the field of history and Indigenous heritage. (This presentation is in French.)