How did your history degree help you in your career? We want to share your story and inspire budding historians!
If you're interested in participating, please contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Joanna Dawson.
As a drummer in the Fort York Guard, Eamonn explores the past in an environment of teamwork, support and camaraderie.
Being the only full-time employee in a museum can be a bit quiet, but at least Ruth Murgatroyd has the company of the Coleman Frog!
Dr. David Anderson, a professor of Museum Education in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at UBC joined Canada's History to talk about the program and the importance of Museum Education
Currently working as a heritage planner, Kayla first fell into the heritage field, and then fell in love with it.
As Communications Lead at the Alberta Museums Association, Carrie-Ann Lunde has found a way to combine her love for history and writing.
Toronto high school teacher David Watkins has found a way to get his African-Canadian students passionate about their history.
From Pest Technician to Project Management, Adrienne Horne literally got her start in the basement at the Glenbow Museum. Hear Adrienne talk about her career in heritage.
As a historian for Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Jean-Pierre is working to bring history to the forefront of our conversations.
A business-student turned history-major, Kim’s unique background has proved invaluable in her role as Executive Director of Newfoundland’s Association of Heritage Industries.
Whether planning exhibits for Centre Block, or delving into social media, Kit Frost works to connect Canadians to their Parliament.