Media Coverage


QUIZ: How well do you know Canada’s notable women?

Global News quizzes Canadians on their knowledge based on a Historica Canada poll

Mar 08, 2018


'Heritage Minute' features L.M. Montgomery’s life, in scenes shot in Milton

Milton Canadian Champion speaks to Chantal Gagnon about the new Heritage Minute

Mar 08, 2018

Jul 12, 2012

Ancaster resident honoured with Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal

HooJung Jones is dedicating her Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal to the Canadian and American Korean War veterans, refugees who survived the journey to North America and the 516 who made the ultimate sacrifice for peace and freedom.

Jul 11, 2012

Military woman gets award for her contribution to history

As one of the pioneering women in the Canadian military, downtown Toronto resident Margaret Haliburton has her share of stories to tell.

Jul 05, 2012

Careful, our pride is showing

We Canadians can often be viewed as the meek northern cousins to the mighty United States. We're the nice part of North America, the ones so polite when we travel abroad that we are actually welcomed warmly when we announce 'We're from Canada'.

Jul 04, 2012

Singer Mike Ford receives Diamond Jubilee Medal

Longtime Upper Beach resident Mike Ford, a Juno award-nominated singer-songwriter, has received a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

Jun 28, 2012

Canadians more willing to display patriotism, survey finds

The provocative results of a new survey challenge the long-held notion that Canadians are reluctant to be as outwardly patriotic as their brash American neighbours.

Jun 28, 2012

Patriotism on Rise, poll shows

Canadians may not be as boldly patriotic as their neighbours to the south, but a new poll shows those living in the Great White North are making gains when it comes to showing off their national pride.

Jun 22, 2012

The Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts Challenge winners

As the challenge’s popularity expands, so too does the quality of the submissions, says author Joseph Boyden.

Jun 21, 2012

Pine Creek First Nation student wins Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge

When Tommy Starr was growing up on Pine Creek First Nation, Manitoba, he often felt that something was missing inside. In his words, he felt like a "spear without a head." So his mother sent him to talk to his grandfather who is an elder in the community.

Jun 21, 2012

Shrapnel keepsake from turbulent time

Alexander Hunter keeps a piece of shrapnel from an anti-personnel bomb in a small plastic bag. The 92-year-old Second World War veteran has had it since Oct. 2, 1944.

Jun 20, 2012

Wounded vet helps record war history

Second World War veteran Glenn Rowe joins in a project that’s been touring the country