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More Canadians plan to attend Remembrance Day ceremonies this year: poll

The Canadian Press covers a Remembrance Day poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada.

Nov 08, 2019

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Remembrance Day ceremonies likely to see another increase this year

Radio-Canada International covers the Remembrance Day poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada.

Nov 08, 2019

Mar 08, 2018

Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Heritage Minute

CBC Island Morning interviews Brigitte d'Auzac about the latest Heritage Minute

A new Heritage Minute is being released that looks at the life and struggles of Lucy Maud Montgomery. Listen to the interview here

Mar 08, 2018

New Heritage Minute reveals the secret life of Lucy Maud Montgomery

Canadian Geographic features the Lucy Maud Montgomery Heritage Minute

Emily of New Moon, Sara Stanley, and of course, Anne of Green Gables: Canadian novelist Lucy Maud Montgomery is known and loved the world over for her strong female heroines. Read the full story here

Mar 08, 2018

Lucy Maud Montgomery Heritage Minute A Beautiful Tribute To Canadian Author

Huffington Post features the new Lucy Maud Montgomery Heritage Minute

Lucy Maud Montgomery's lovable protagonist Anne Shirley may have been full of joy, but her creator struggled.

The Canadian author fought depression, what she called her "dark moods," throughout her life. Read the full story here

Mar 08, 2018

New Heritage Minute Shows Lucy Maud Montgomery As You’ve Never Seen Her

Chatelaine reflects on the new Lucy Maud Montgomery Heritage Minute

Can you imagine a world without the iconic novel (and character!) Anne of Green Gables? Well, it almost happened. In honour of International Women’s Day, Historica Canada released a new Heritage Minutes commercial depicting Montgomery in a new light. Read the full story here

Mar 08, 2018

Heritage Minute shows the hidden side of Lucy Maud Montgomery's life

CBC News speaks to Brigitte d'Auzac about the new Heritage Minute

She's known around the world for writing Anne of Green Gables, but it's a different side of Lucy Maud Montgomery that is featured in her Heritage Minute. Read the full story here

Mar 07, 2018

What are Emily Carr, Lucy Maud Montgomery and Nellie McClung famous for? Most Canadians have no clue

Canadian Press examines the results of a Historica Canada poll released ahead of International Women's Day

A new poll suggests Canadians have a lot to learn about the accomplishments of some of the country’s most famous women.

The survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Historica Canada found the majority of Canadians couldn’t name the achievements of such famous women as Emily Carr and Lucy Maud Montgomery. Read the full story here

Feb 15, 2018

Calling all Indigenous artists and writers! Here is a great contest you should know about!

Sault Online features the Indigenous Arts & Stories contest

Indigenous Arts & Stories is providing an opportunity for self-identified Indigenous youth (ages 6 to 29) to express themselves creatively! Read the full story here

Jan 26, 2018

Dr. Wilder Penfield honoured by Google on 127th birthday

CBC reflects on the life of Dr. Penfield, featured in one of the best-known Heritage Minutes

He became a household name for many Canadians who grew up watching a popular Heritage Minute on television in the 1990s, in which Wilder stimulated the brain of a woman suffering from seizures while she was conscious. Read the full story here

Dec 13, 2017

Students encourage peers to seek out travel programs

The Dryden Observer talks to a student who attended Encounters with Canada

Travel can open up a new world for those that take the opportunity. This week at Dryden High School Mitchell Turcotte and Madisen Donaldson encouraged everyone to seek out and take advantage of all that travel has to offer. Read the full story here

Dec 06, 2017

‘He’s a genuine hero’: Railway dispatcher Vince Coleman’s grandson marks Halifax Explosion anniversary

Global News coverage of the Halifax Explosion anniversary features the Heritage Minute

“Come on, come on, acknowledge!”

Those words of Vince Coleman are etched in the memories of many Canadians who grew up watching Heritage Minutes commercials. Read the full story here

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