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Sandra Horyski has been working tirelessly to uncover Cuthbert Grant from the pages of history.
Paul Berry, chief curator at the Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada.
A canoe restoration has the community of Fort Severn coming together to learn old skills.
Rabble-rouser, Pythonesque, and now, history hero... Mike Ford.
While most students are taking the summer off, a select few came together for a week this past July to compete at the national Historica Heritage Fair.
When I was a rookie reporter for a small daily in Nova Scotia, I was also required to shoot my own photos.
Bruce Cherney tells us why history figures so prominently in a newspaper facilitating the present day sale of properties.
Ed Rooney, originally of Marshall, Saskatchewan, was nearing his 91st birthday when we profiled him in our 2006 donor newsletter. His enthusiasm for Canadian history made us want to revisit his story in History “love bug” can bite at any age.
Re-enactment is growing in popularity in Canadian communities big and small, providing a fun way to relive history.
Sep 29, 2014
The Canadian Press: Alberta ranchers to conserve huge tract of native grassland
Sep 26, 2014
Postmedia News: Canadian government joins 11th-hour search for Sir John A. Macdonald’s birthplace
Sep 25, 2014
The Globe and Mail: Toronto developers are embracing time-worn storefronts
Sep 30, 2014
OHS Webinar: History Educators Webinar II
Oct 01, 2014
“From Grocery Stores to Google: Imagining the Future of Records and Archives” at a Night at the Archives
Oct 02, 2014
Transforming the 1826 map by David Thompson
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