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Jun 02, 2017
Metro Halifax highlights the Halifax Explosion Heritage Minute as Vince Coleman is chosen for ferry name
The results are in, and two new Halifax Transit ferries will be named after Vincent Coleman and Rita Joe. Read the full story here.
May 24, 2017
Vernon Morning Star profiles the classroom winners of the Citizenship Challenge
Students in the English class proved they’re among the best in Canada in the Citizenship Challenge, demonstrating their knowledge of Canadian history and government and winning a set of books on famous Canadians for the Vernon and District Immigrant Services Society. Read the full story here.
Apr 19, 2017
The Auroran features classroom winners of The Memory Project's Grant McRae contest
Carl Bedal has inspired many Aurorans over the years with his poignant story of serving in the navy during the Second World War. Read the full story here.
Apr 10, 2017
CBC Manitoba highlights Winnipeg event screening all 86 Heritage Minutes
If you find yourself craving a hit of Canadiana, Fort Whyte Alive has more than enough to fill that need, from bison and Canada geese to Sir Sam Steele, Louis Riel and Superman. Read the full story here.
Apr 09, 2017
Global News speaks to Anthony Wilson-Smith about the anniversary of Vimy Ridge
In the early hours of April 9, 1917, the bloody assault on German-occupied Vimy Ridge began and the ensuing four-day fight cost 3,598 Canadian lives and left 7,000 more wounded. Read the full story here.
Apr 06, 2017
CHEX TV profiles student winners of The Memory Project's Grant McRae contest
Lakefield College School has won first prize in a national contest on the theme of remembrance. Organized by Historica Canada, the contest invites students to demonstrate what remembrance means to them. Watch the piece here.
Mar 26, 2017
Scarborough Mirror speaks to Citizenship Challenge winner John Gobin
Scarborough student John Gobin co-won Historica Canada’s 2016 Citizenship Challenge, beating out 88,000 participants that took the challenge this year. Read the full story here.
Mar 08, 2017
Author Ann Hall writes about the Edmonton Grads for HuffPost
International Women's Day is a good time to reflect on the importance of sport and physical activity in the lives of girls and women, and to honour the legacy of our sporting heroines. In the 1950s I started playing basketball, a sport I loved. Read the full story here.
Mar 08, 2017
Sportsnet features the new Minute on the Edmonton Grads
Perhaps the most famous— and certainly the most successful— basketball team that Canada has ever produced is getting some well-earned recognition today with the release of a brand-new Heritage Minute. Read the full story here.
Mar 08, 2017
The Canadian Press speaks to the last surviving member of the Edmonton Grads about the new Heritage Minute
Kay MacBeth was just a baby when the Edmonton Commercial Graduates won the world championship title in 1923, but by the time she joined them at age 17, the team — known as the Grads — had been dominating women’s basketball for more than a decade. Read the full story here.