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These ten women were featured at the History Makers Dinner at the Canadian Museum of History on October 16th, 2015.
How controversy can help turn students on to history.
Go through the motions of drafting, proposing, reading and voting for a federal law with your class.
As soon as children can say, “That’s Not Fair!” they are ready to talk about their rights and freedoms.
Current Series: Canadian Women's History. Register now!
Teachable moments beyond the textbook and outside the classroom.
The Great Charter of English Liberties turns 800 this year. As part of the celebrations, one of the original copies of this groundbreaking thirteenth-century document is touring Canada.
The Royal BC Museum invites your class to help transcribe these Great War collections.
Watch this interview with journalism student Amber McGuckin. She discusses her experiences with oral histories.
This project is designed to have Canada’s students become the custodians of the memory of Canada’s soldiers.
Six great tips to get your students thinking historically.
Bring artifacts from the Canadian War Museum into your classroom for free!
New Research: University of New Brunswick Master's Candidate Thomas Littlewood shares his reseach on the history of memorials.
Jessica Greig: 2015 Teaching Finalist
Dave Macleod: 2015 Teaching Finalist
Viola Desmond: An Unlikely Crusader
Headingley Heritage Oral History Project
New Research: The details of Canadian indepe...
Reliving the Seven Years' War
Meet the HBC Archives
Oral History Centre opens at the University of ...
Matt Henderson connects the past and the presen...
Women and Tobacco Advertising
Romy Cooper gets students to ask the right ques...
Neil Orford on school and museum partnerships
Graeme Cotton's grade 3/4 heirloom project
Cathy MacDonald digs into the past
Rachel Collishaw talks about assessment
Rosemary Sadlier on Black History Month
Talking with high school teacher Larry Smith.
Digitizing historical maps at the UofManitoba.
Dr. Steven High documents oral history.
Job hunting in the public history sector.
Dr. Erika Dyck on the history of sterilization.
Find out why this teacher takes her students to see the battlefields of the Great War.
Learn about Western University's Public History program from the director and internship coordinator.
Amber McGuckin conducted an oral history project with citizens of Headingley, Manitoba for her major project.
Thomas Littlewood discovers why the history of the monuments we gather around during Remembrance Day are forgotten.
Classrooms honoured first people in Canada by exploring First Nation, Metis or Inuit legends.
How should we remember those who fought for Canada?
The Lest We Forget Project (LWF) begins by exploring soldiers relevant to your student population.
Introduce your students to these ten women of history, with beautiful illustrations and brief biographies.
"... this book is a “must” for any and all history teachers who believe that students deserve the best that the discipline can offer."
Nov 20, 2015
BBC News: Skull of the ‘real’ Winnie-the-Pooh goes on display
Nov 20, 2015
CBC News: Métis flag raised at Kitchener, Ont.'s city hall to honour Louis Riel
Nov 12, 2015
The Globe and Mail: Art Moderne landmark in Hamilton gets updated for modern life
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