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What do we really know about 'the true history of Canada'?

CTV News examines Canadian knowledge of Indigenous histories.

Jul 01, 2021

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TAYLOR: D-Day taught us the meaning of sacrifice

Col. Gilbert Taylor reflects on D-Day and includes an excerpt of Lloyd Bentley’s testimony with The Memory Project.

Jun 05, 2021

Sep 04, 2014

Oakville student’s screenplay wins national contest

Danielle Roy’s A Tomato in the Sun a hit with Passages Canada’s Write and Mark Art!

Danielle Roy’s imaginative screenplay about fruits and vegetables has been selected as a national winner of Passages Canada’s Write and Mark Art! Challenge. Read full article here.

Aug 19, 2014

Canadian war vet returns to Juno Beach with The Amazing Race Canada

Memory Project volunteer Jim Parks greets contestants in Amazing Race

JUNO BEACH, FRANCE — The horrors Jim Parks lived through took place almost 70 years ago. But standing on the windswept sands of Juno Beach brings it all back to the 89-year-old veteran of the Second World War. Read full story here.

Aug 03, 2014

CTV News Interviews Anthony Wilson-Smith

CTV News and centenary of the First World War

65,000 Canadians died in the First World War, or just over 10% of Canada's population. Watch video here.

Jul 02, 2014

'We know who we are'

CTV News discusses a recent poll with President Anthony Wilson-Smith

Historica Canada's President Anthony Wilson-Smith discusses a recent poll that examines how Canadians regard themselves and their country. Watch video here.

Jun 30, 2014

Canadians are cool, polite and sexy, according to a new poll of Canadians

Global News reports on new poll commissioned by Historica Canada

A new poll commissioned by Historica Canada reveals Canadian attitudes on Canada has changed. Minna Rhee reports. Watch full clip here.

Jun 27, 2014

National pride outpaces knowledge when it comes to Canada: poll

The Globe and Mail reports on survey comissioned by Historica Canada

 
Some Canadians may not be sure on what date their country came into existence and may be sketchy about the opening lines of their national anthem, but a new poll suggests that hasn’t prevented them from feeling significant pride in the place they call home. Read full story here.

Jun 22, 2014

O! Canada

Anthony Wilson-Smith on Canada Day for Diplomat Online Magazine

We often say a particularly mature young person is “not as old as he or she seems.” Canada, on the other hand, is not, by several important measures, nearly as young as it is often thought to be. Read full article here.

Jun 21, 2014

Surrey teen writer wins national award

The Surrey Leader on local teen winning Aboriginal Arts & Stories contest

Lord Tweedsmuir Grade 11 student Andrea Lanouette has been awarded first place in the annual Aboriginal Arts and Stories writing contest entitled “Our Story” organized by Historica Canada. Read full article here.

Jun 13, 2014

Local student wins Historica Canada contest

Prince George Citizen reports on Katherine Fullerton's winning image in the Passages Canada Write And Make Art! Challenge

A local high school student was put in the national arts spotlight this past week by the prestigious Historica Canada organization, a federal charitable agency that promotes Canadian culture, arts and national identity.

Historica issued a challenge for intermediate high school students to explore issues of immigration, identity and racism through writing and art. Read full story here.

Jun 06, 2014

Aboriginal Arts & Stories Awards for Youth in Gatineau

Ottawa Life Magazine reports on Aboriginal Arts & Stories Awards in Gatineau

The annual awards ceremony for Historica Canada’s Aboriginal Arts & Stories competition brings together First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth from across the country in celebration of their rich and distinct histories and cultures. Find full article here.

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