The Canadian Press speaks with Anthony Wilson-Smith on the importance of preserving the story of the pandemic.
Dec 02, 2020
Jul 10, 2019
The Sachem covers Indigenous Arts and Stories winner Cecil Montour.
Recently, Montour placed third in the junior writing category of the Indigenous Arts and Stories contest, put on by Historica Canada. This isn’t his first time winning; four years ago, when he was in Grade 8, Montour won an emerging artist award. Read the full story here.
Jul 02, 2019
Nunatsiaq News covers Indigenous Arts and Stories winner, Aija Komangapik
Aija Komangapik, who is the daughter of Nunavut sculptor Ruben Komangapik, has won first prize for her digital artwork “Drumdancer” in this year’s Indigenous Arts & Stories contest. Read the full story here.
Jul 01, 2019
610 CKTB covers Historica Canada's Canada Day poll.
Brigitte d'Auzac Vice President of Operations with Historica Canada talks with Matt about the most recent knowledge-testing quiz put out by Historica Canada. Listen to the full interview here.
Jun 29, 2019
St. Albert Gazette covers Historica Canada's Canada Day poll.
A new poll conducted by Historica Canada revealed that, shockingly, most Canadians were stumped when they tried to answer a 30-question quiz testing their knowledge of quirky Canadian facts. Read the full story here.
Jun 28, 2019
CityNews covers Historica Canada's Canada Day poll.
According to a new poll by Historica Canada, many Canadians aren’t aware of Canada’s quirky history. Nigel Newlove challenged Canadians on Parliament Hill. Watch the full story here.
Jun 27, 2019
The National Post covers Historica Canada's Canada Day poll.
A new poll suggests Canadians haven’t made much progress in expanding their knowledge of the more colourful parts of the country’s history. Read the full story here.
Jun 25, 2019
Cowichan Tribe member Danika Smith places fifth in her category in Indigenous Arts & Stories contest
Jun 18, 2019
Daily Courier Staff covers two Indigenous Arts and Stories contest winners
Jun 03, 2019
Montreal Gazette features D-Day veterans from the Memory Project Speakers Bureau.
It was 75 years ago Thursday that Pierre Gauthier landed on Juno Beach, in Normandy, alongside 900 fellow soldiers from Lévis’s La Chaudière Regiment, which joined the allied forces in a battle that would mark the beginning of the end of the Second World War. Read the full story here.
May 30, 2019
660 CityNews covers the new Heritage Minute on D-Day.
As veterans across Canada and the world mark D-Day, a new Heritage Minute has been released showing the involvement of a Canadian regiment. Read the full story here.