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Dear Mother

A First World War soldier assures his mother he will return as "good a boy as when I went away."

Remembrance

Commemorating the wars is not about celebrating conflict; it is about remembering that there are values worth sacrificing for.

How the Scots Invented Canadian Diversity

As Scotland ponders independence, some thoughts on how the Scots made Canada what it is.

CMHR By the Numbers

See the Canadian Museum of Human Rights through the numbers

Exploring Human Rights

At the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, visitors will ascend through the museum while engaging in a series of galleries that showcase the many turning point moments in the development of modern human rights.

From Dream to Reality

The evolution of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Rallying Point

Drawing from past triumphs and tragedies, Canada’s newest national museum looks to inspire a shared future.

Time Travel

A little road trip can go a long way toward understanding historical events.  

Tracking world war veterans

A new database recognizes veterans named on school memorials.

Vikings on a Prairie Ocean

Manitoban Glenn Sigurdson brings the history of New Iceland to life in his memoir about growing up along Lake Winnipeg.

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