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Video: Give History a Chance!
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First World War and Artifact Autopsy
In this issue: Watch video trailer
Teaching history through song
Remembering Vimy Ridge.
HDI launches call for new Heritage Minutes!
Supreme Court rules in historic Métis land clai...
Master's in Museum Education at UBC.
Video: Louis Riel, Rope, and History.
New Webinar: Online Collections
Charles Taylor Prize finalist Tim Cook
2012 Berton Award winner: the DCB.
Canada's History Forum Recap
2012 Macdonald Prize: Codex Canadensis.
A History Museum, eh?
Oct. 16, 1812: Brock is laid to rest
TSN reporter John Lu on Terry Fox's impact.
Tina Loo: Chooses Wikipedia entries over stu...
Richard Gwyn on Sir John A.
At NCSS in Washington, DC.
John McAvity, Canadian Museums Association
Tim Cook's History Idol: Sir Arthur Currie
Jack Granatstein divulges why Mackenzie King is...
Residential school expert pulls no punches.
A dark little secret not fit for the practical ...
The ship that launched a thousand stories: no Canadian vessel is more revered than the storied Bluenose.
Watch one girl's story of growing up on the farm, and send us your farm memories.
Students compare archival and modern day photos of local buildings, gaining experience in discovering their community’s heritage.
Mae Wincott writes about her experience at the 2013 Keewatin Graduate History Conference.
The Complete Journals of L.M. Montgomery: The PEI Years, 1900-1911
The Last Viking: The Life of Roald Amundsen
Listen to museum consultant Annabelle Girard's discussion about the current trends in museums and discover how you can develop inclusive and engaging programs.
Dr. Andrew Lambert and Dr. Donald Hickey presented at the 2013 Living History Conference in Hamilton.
Book a tour of Belgium and France — tour host Jack Granatstein guides you through Canada at war.
Voting is now open for the 2013 Young Citizens program. Watch the videos, discover new stories about Canada's north and support the students by voting for your favourite film!
May 16, 2013
Canada’s History: Student videos celebrate centennial of Canadian Arctic Expedition
May 16, 2013
Postmedia News: Edward Scissorhands actor Johnny Depp ‘immortalized’ in sharp-clawed Canadian fossil find
May 15, 2013
The Globe and Mail: Canadian mine yields world’s oldest free-flowing water: new research
May 22, 2013
Labor Lyceum Plaque Presentation
May 23, 2013
Who Fed Vancouver? The Hidden History of the Chinese Canadian Food Industry.
May 25, 2013
Doors Open Toronto
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