February-March 2024

See what’s available in the February-March 2024 issue of Canada’s History.

Posted January 9, 2024
Cover of the February-March 2024 issue of <em>Canada's History</em> featuring a black and white image of Queen Elizabeth II.

February-March 2024


Shining Lights in the Community

In an era of widespread segregation, Black schoolteachers strove to educate children while resisting racial injustice. by Funké Aladejebi Read the article

Prisoner of Camp 33

A rare memoir recounts the experiences of a German POW in Canada. by Bernard M. Wood Listen to the podcast

Nose Cosies & Lost Heroes

A comedian reflects on the seventy-fifth anniversary of Newfoundland joining Confederation. by Mary Walsh Listen to the podcast | Read the article

Painting with the River

Restless and innovative, Doris Slater Titus began her career by drawing comics before shifting to abstract art. by Matthew Ryan Smith

On the Cover

Malcolm Rogers’ house is floated from Fox Island to Flat Island, Newfoundland, in 1961, during the resettlement of outports.



Barriers built and broken.

The Packet

Curious no more. Haudenosaunee military campaigns. Saskatchewan’s T. Rex.


Ski-Dog snowmobile. Canada’s first subway. Industrialist K.C. Irving. A toast to St. Patrick’s Day. War criminal report. Mi’kmaw hockey stick.

Trading Post

A large wooden bowl showcases the artistry of making bentwood vessels.


What’s in a name? A rose by many other names causes headaches for genealogists.


New Brunswick’s coast offers ancient landforms and historic buildings. At the Museums: St. Lawrence River, studied sketches.


Open Book: Photographs portray Inuit life and culture. Reviews: The long view. Demonic reaction. More books: Pioneer newspaper, Maritime murder, early Canadian flyers, Mount Logan expedition. Read them all

History Matters

Laureates of the 2023 Governor General’s History Awards gather in Ottawa to celebrate.


Two men hunt near The Pas, Manitoba, during the Second World War.

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