2024 Summer Reading Guide

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Cold War Tech and Its Discontents

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CP trainyards were an economic engine for Montreal.

A Hard Row

Northern community celebrates Treaty Days with York boat races.

Women in Transportation

Many Canadian women have helped shape how we think about and use transportation.

2023 Governor General's History Awards

Lianne C. Leddy

Serpent River Resurgence opens with the stories of the lands and waters of Anishinaabek territory, of the great serpent, her radiant eggs, and the lessons to be learned from disturbing them in unsustainable and disrespectful ways.

Craft at Risk

Craft at Risk was an ambitious project to research, assess, and address the loss of traditional knowledge and craft in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Chantal Clabrough

The Westmount High School Memorial Project was a decade-long endeavour to research and commemorate the lives of the school’s alumni who served and died during the Second World War.
The Governor General's History Awards

Celebrating the very best in Canadian achievements in the field of history and heritage.

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Fish Hook

A tiny ivory fish hook features eyes and a mouth that were added by its creator.

Mountain High

Donated archives reveal climbers’ passions and perils.

Quill Art Inspires

P.E.I. student recognized for sharing Indigenous culture and traditions.

Roots: Rubbing Shoulders at RootsTech

Genealogy conference showcases DNA analysis and AI-driven software.

Speaker Startled by Sparkling Sphere

Crystal ball was among artifacts at former prime minister’s summer home.

Canadian Canoe Museum Opens New Building

At the Museums: The Canadian Canoe Museum launches into a fresh era this spring with the opening of its new building.
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Teaching about Disability in Your Classroom

These activities and resources guide teachers on incorporating disability studies in their classrooms.

Reflecting on Historical Inquiry

This lesson will help students reflect on what they have learned throughout their inquiry project.

Preparing for Difficult Conversations

In this lesson, students will assess their knowledge of the Residential School system and the ongoing investigations related to students who died while attending Residential Schools.

Considering the Role of Media on Public Awareness of Residential Schools

This lesson encourages students to reflect on the role of the media and the impact of the “news cycle” on public awareness of current affairs.