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Oscar Peterson takes the stage in Historica Canada’s upcoming Heritage Minute

JazzFM covers the filming of a new Heritage Minute on Oscar Peterson.

Oct 08, 2019

Heritage Minutes

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Poll suggests Canadians concerned about fake news, but struggle with spotting it

The Canadian Press covers a poll from Historica Canada on misinformation.

Sep 23, 2019

Feb 20, 2019

Remembering the cultural and baseball legacy of the Vancouver Asahi

Dave Zarum of Sportsnet covers the new Heritage Minute on the Vancouver Asahi.

The Heritage Minute examines the Asahi’s enduring if under-told legacy, including Kaminishi, who was 16 years old when he first joined the team in 1939. Read the full story here.

Feb 20, 2019

Heritage Minute tells story of Japanese-Canadian baseball team interned in 1942

Daily Hive covers the new Heritage Minute on the Vancouver Asahi.

A new Heritage Minute is telling the story of a Japanese Vancouver baseball team, and shining a spotlight on a shameful period of Canadian history. Read the full story here.

Feb 19, 2019

On 75th anniversary of D-Day, Canadians know little about key WWII battle: Ipsos poll

Global News covers an Ipsos poll on D-Day conducted for Global News in partnership with Historica Canada.

An Ipsos poll for Global News in partnership with Historica Canada found we failed when asked six multiple choice questions on D-Day, the date which Allied forces invaded northern France. Read the full story here.

Feb 19, 2019

New Heritage Minute takes Vancouver Asahi baseball story to national audiences

Craig Takeuchi of The Georgia Straight covers the new Heritage Minute on the Vancouver Asahi.

Historica Canada is releasing a Heritage Minute on February 20 to broadcast the story of the historic Vancouver Asahi baseball team to Canadian audiences. Read the full story here.

Feb 15, 2019

Baseball's legendary Vancouver Asahi inspire a heritage minute

The Vancouver Sun covers the upcoming Heritage Minute on the Vancouver Asahi baseball team and Japanese Canadian internment.

At 97, the third baseman has seen many accolades given to his old team, which went out of existence in 1942. Read the full story here.

Feb 04, 2019

From ‘Invisible indian’ to national award winner

The Belleville Intelligencer speaks with Indigenous Arts & Stories winner Shelby Lisk.

A Belleville artist has won a national award for a poem she wrote about Indigenous identity. Shelby Lisk, 26, received the award Jan. 28 from Governor General Julie Payette at Ottawa’s Rideau Hall. Read the full story here.

Jan 24, 2019

Young creators encouraged to enter Indigenous Arts and Stories contest

NationTalk covers the Indigenous Arts & Stories contest for Indigenous Youth

The Indigenous Arts and Stories organization is holding its annual contest, which is open to Indigenous youth between the ages of six and 29. It gives artists the chance to win up to $2,000. Read the full story here.

Nov 16, 2018

Who are Canada's 'most historically significant' women?

The Montreal Gazette discusses the results of the Women in Canadian History poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada.

When it comes to women’s history in this country, most Canadians could use a refresher, according to a recent poll. Read the full story here.

Nov 08, 2018

More millennials interested in attending Remembrance Day events: Poll

The Ottawa Citizen covers the Remembrance Day poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada.

A new survey suggests Canadians of all generations are more likely to honour military veterans by attending a Remembrance Day ceremony this year. Read the full story here.

Oct 15, 2018

Canadians Need To Know More About Historically Significant Women, Historica Canada Says

Huffpost covers the Women in Canadian History poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada.

Historica Canada says only three per cent answered the quiz well enough to score an A. Read the full story here.

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