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On 100th anniversary of the armistice, Remembrance Day attendance set to soar

More than a third of Canadians know someone who has served overseas in the past 20 years

Nov 08, 2018

 

Nov 08, 2018

On 100th anniversary of the armistice, Remembrance Day attendance set to soar

More than a third of Canadians know someone who has served overseas in the past 20 years READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Oct 15, 2018

Canadians fall flat on knowledge of women’s history: 55% fail true or false quiz

READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 27, 2018

Most Canadians confident about our country’s maple syrup production, less sure about Canada as a UFO destination

How well do Canadians know their country's quirky history READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Mar 07, 2018

Four in ten Canadians unfamiliar with historic achievements of many of Canada’s most notable women

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Nov 06, 2017

Number of Canadians planning to attend Remembrance Day services climbing as the centenary of the First World War armistice approaches

Eight in ten agree it is important to attend now, as number of Second World War vets declines READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 26, 2017

Don’t dis the beaver: Canadians show their love for toothy rodents, ketchup chips & the national anthem

With Canada 150 on everyone’s mind, enthusiasm for all things Canadian shone through in a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 04, 2016

With less than a year to the sesquicentennial, Canadians say a national monument to veterans should be part of Canada’s 150th commemorations

A Historica Canada poll commissioned ahead of November 11th has found most Canadians (86%) believe a national monument paying tribute to veterans and soldiers should be part of the commemorations for Canada’s 150th birthday. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 29, 2016

Forget the “weak loonie” – Canada’s got something for everyone so why vacation anywhere else?

As our country gets ready to celebrate its 149th birthday, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Historica Canada READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 09, 2015

100 years after the First World War, Canadians say Remembrance Day is as relevant as ever

Country divided over whether youth understand the sacrifices of those who died in conflict READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 29, 2015

Grab some back bacon and belt out some Celine Dion: Putting Canadian clichés to the test, eh?

– For some Canadians, worrying about our national identity – or perceived lack of one – is a habit almost as old as the country. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

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