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Tsilhqot’in chief featured in Historica Canada series Voices From Here

Williams Lake Tribune speaks with Russell Myers Ross, featured in Historica Canada's new video series Voices from Here.

Jun 30, 2020

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Can you identify these famous Canadians of colour?

Castanet News covers Historica Canada's Canada Day poll and quizzed people on the streets of Vernon.

Jun 27, 2020

Sep 20, 2013

PA artist to receive award from Governor General

Prince Albert woman is being recognized for her painting entitled “Grandma.”

Catherine Blackburn, 28, will be heading to Rideau Hall in Ottawa in November for the Governor General’s History Awards. Blackburn is the winner in the Senior Arts Category of Historica Canada’s the Aboriginal Arts and Stories contest. More.

Aug 27, 2013

Bombers Get their Bar

It took 70 years to honour the Bomber Command, a contingent that protected Canada during the Second World War.

It took 70 years to honour the Bomber Command, a contingent that protected Canada during the Second World War. Dr. Alex Herd of the Memory Project speaks to Charles Adler about why it took so long and what’s being done to honour these brave men. View the interview here.

Jul 27, 2013

CBC Interview with Dr. Alex Herd of The Memory Project

CBC Interview with Dr. Alex Herd of The Memory Project on the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice

Jul 23, 2013

Matt Holmes Show interview with Dr. Alex Herd from The Memory Project

Matt Holmes Show interview with Alex Herd from The Memory Project on the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice.

Jul 01, 2013

Essay: "Separate But Equal: The Superficiality of Multiculturalism"

Angie Tang reads her winning essay "Separate But Equal: The Superficiality of Multiculturalism"

Angie Tang is a Grade 12 student from Bayview Secondary School in Richmond Hill. She was reading her essay "Separate But Equal: The Superficiality of Multiculturalism". It won the Passages to Canada Challenge, a national competition put on by the Historica-Dominion Institute. Listen here.

Mar 14, 2013

Journeys: Canadian Aboriginal Writing & Arts Challenge

Past winner Trevor Jang interviews Brigitte D'Auzac, Senior Program Manager of The Historica-Dominion Institute

Do you know a talented Aboriginal Writer or Artist between the ages of 14 – 29? Then tell them to submit an entry to the Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts Challenge by March 31!

The annual competition encourages the creative juices of Aboriginal people across to country to submit either a writing or two-dimensional art piece, either or focusing on important moments in Aboriginal history in Canada.

As a past winner, I can speak from experience of what this Challenge does for a young persons confidence and encourage everyone with a story to tell… to tell it!

Oct 31, 2012

Orangeville.com: Amaranth filmmaker directs latest Heritage Minute

An Amaranth native has helped craft the return of the Heritage Minutes to Canadian television.

Oct 25, 2012

CTV News: Free App lets users scroll through Toronto's history

Torontonians can now take a "scroll" down memory lane...

Oct 25, 2012

The Canadian Press: New Smartphone App Tells the History of Toronto in Photos

A new smartphone app could have Torontonians in the mood for a history lesson and leving their old, dusty encyclopedias on the shelves

Oct 25, 2012

Humber News: Toronto in Time app looks back 200 years

History buffs and tourism promoters have joined forces to place the story of Toronto in the plam of your hand - literally

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