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From the Treaties and the Treaty Relationship Series

A geographical perspective on the Numbered Treaties in Canada

Watch now: this webinar provides a geographical perspective on the Numbered Treaties in Canada.

Treaty making and the significance of the Royal Proclamation of 1763

Watch now: this webinar provides an introduction to treaty-making between First Nations peoples and the Crown (Canada) and discusses the significance of the Royal Proclamation of 1763 to this process. 

Teaching treaties with the Treaty Education Initiative

Watch now: this webinar provides an overview of the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba's Treaty Education Initiative, which is a K-12 education mandate.

From the Visual History Series

Getting Graphic with the Past: graphic histories and the uses of comics in education

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.

Talking Pictures: how to exploit the power of visual sources to create curiosity and teach history

Watch now: in this webinar Tom Morton gives examples and strategies about how to use visual primary sources to teach historical thinking concepts.

Scott Chantler on historical research and visual storytelling

Watch now: in this webinar Scott Chantler discusses the historical research and creation of two of his publications, Two Generals and Northwest Passage, as well as his experiences engaging Canadians of all ages with graphic novels.

Aboriginal Arts & Stories: uplifting the stories and visions of indigenous youth

Watch now: in this webinar Bronwyn and Rebecca discuss the history of the Aboriginal Arts & Stories contest and share some of their strategies for engaging First Nations, Métis, and Inuit artists and writers.

From the Women's History Series

How Community Influences Women's History in the Classroom

Watch now: in this webinar Dr. Rose Fine-Meyer discusses how communities and classrooms are connected.

Understanding Canadian Women's Suffrage

Watch now: in this webinar historian Dr. Veronica Strong-Boag provides an overview of Canadian women's suffrage.

LBTQ+ Women in the Archives

Watch now: This webinar showcases lesbian, bisexual, trans and queer women’s stories from the ArQuives collection. 

Talking about Agnes Macphail

Watch now: this webinar examines Macphail’s remarkable life and impressive political career.