During the Second Battle of Ypres, rumours circulated that a Canadian soldier had been crucified on a Belgian barn door, a story the Germans denounced as propaganda.
Digital preservation of St. John’s Anglican Church in Sandwich, Ontario included baptismal, marriage, burial, and confirmation records from 1828 to 1915.
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.
Teachable moments beyond the textbook and outside the classroom.
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!