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2014 Community Award winner shares ins and outs of The Great Lakes Storm of 1913 Remembrance Committee in this FREE webinar!
Winnipeg-based dance company celebrates 75 years of historic occasions.
Starting in January 2015, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights will offer 90-minute tours to teach visitors about Aboriginal symbolism in the museum’s architecture.
Join the Hockey Canada's Century Tour and learn about their 100 years of history.
Political cartoonist Terry Mosher presents his 47th book with an award winning article he crafted for Canada's History magazine.
A century ago, Harry Colebourn bought a black bear from a trapper in White River, Ontario for twenty dollars. Colebourn named the bear Winnie, after his hometown of Winnipeg.
Guelph, Ontario honours John McCrae as a physician, poet, and solider with a provincial plaque on Remembrance Day.
Author Matthew Komus unveils the history behind Winnipeg’s spookiest ghost stories.
Canada’s History’s Young Citizen, Julia M shares the history of Ridley College just in time for their 125th anniversary.
RWB's Going Home Star stuns audiences' with its outstanding display of public history
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections presents the Dr. Andrew Taylor Exhibition until August 30th, 2015.
The beginning of September 2014 marked the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference on Prince Edward Island.
Michael O'Hagan's PhD research on German PoW camps in Canada helps connect Winnipegger to family history.
The Royal BC Museum will provide $1.1 million in funding over the next seven years. Traveling exhibit is estimated to be ready in 2019.
The Vimy Foundation is asking Canadians to ‘Give a VIMY ($20 bill) for Vimy’ to help raise awareness and funds.
The Tribute Campaign will create a temporary marker for each of the 359 soldiers killed on D-Day on the Canadian landing beaches.
Head Archivist at U of M discusses new exhibit
Museum Visit: Black Creek Pioneer Village
Royal BC Museum launches "Race to the End ...
David O’Keefe discusses the tragic Dieppe...
Huron County Museum digitizes local photogra...
The Toronto Dreams Project takes on the UK
Berkshire Conference of Women Historians com...
Fanshawe Pioneer Village launches Virtual Vi...
Robin Esrock's Great Canadian Bucket List
Take a tour of the St. Roch with the Vancouver ...
Boomtown Trails: Bringing History to Life
Heritage Toronto honours Lester B. Pearson
Canada's History goes inside the Chilliwack...
Podcast: aMuse: Exhibits Unleashed
Oral History and Community Theatre
Free Webinar: Online Collections
Canada's History President Deborah Morrison
The delays and cost overruns plaguing the restoration of the Bluenose II stem from Nova Scotia’s decision to hand the job to a government department that had little experience managing construction projects, the province’s Auditor-General says.
In a previous life, T’railway Provincial Park was the longest narrow-gauge railway in North America and carried trains coast-to-coast across the island of Newfoundland for more than 100 years. Now it’s a provincial park that’s 883 kilometres long and 15 metres wide.
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View History Related Events from across Canada.
The Vimy Foundation is planning to build the new Education Centre in France in time for the centennial in 2017.
The Bytown Museum has opened a new exhibit exploring Ottawa during the First World War.
Jan 28, 2015
The Canadian Press: Auditor issues scathing report on Bluenose II ‘boondoggle’
Jan 27, 2015
Postmedia News: Former Newfoundland railway is now the province's narrowest park
Jan 19, 2015
CBC News: Stollerys demolition raises questions about Toronto heritage rules
Feb 07, 2015
Biography and Fiction Conference
Feb 15, 2015
The War Years Movie Series Gala - Tarzan of the Apes (1918)
Feb 16, 2015
Teddy Bear Hospital
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