Thanks to Historica Canada (formerly The Historica-Dominion Institute), Canada’s past has a bright and exciting future. TD is proud to support its programs, which bring to life our rich and diverse history – from ancient Aboriginal myths to modern stories of immigration and everything in between.
"Our Government is proud to support projects such as The Memory Project Speakers Bureau and Encounters with Canada. Hearing stories first-hand from Canada’s Veterans—whether they are about peacekeeping operations and other important missions of today, or stories going back to Korea or the Second World War—makes a tremendous impact on Canada’s youth and ensures that the legacy of our Veterans will not be forgotten."
The Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Veterans Affairs
Canada’s future lies in the hands of its youth, and its strength in its shared values and aspirations, which are rooted in our history. By working together to give young Canadians meaningful opportunities to understand and connect with our country’s history, we are building a stronger nation. As the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, I congratulate Historica Canada (formerly the Historica-Dominion Institute) on its second anniversary and look forward to our continuing collaborations on exciting initiatives that connect young Canadians to the natural and historic treasures that are the
We believe that aboriginal history and culture hold significance to all Canadians. It’s why we are proud to sponsor an initiative that encourages creative exploration into indigenous peoples’ identity and past for all to benefit.
Susan Swan, president of the Imperial Oil Foundation