Press Releases

Nov 26, 2010

Michael A. Levine to Lead The Historica-Dominion Institute

The Board of Directors of The Historica-Dominion Institute is proud to announce the appointment of Michael A. Levine as Executive Vice-Chairman. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 08, 2010

New Survey by The Historica-Dominion Institute for Remembrance Day

Young Canadians Possess the Lowest Knowledge of the First and Second World Wars, but the Highest Knowledge of the War in Afghanistan READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Oct 19, 2010

Minister Jason Kenney celebrates Citizenship Week with a special version of “Are you Smarter than a 10th Grader?” as part of The Historica-Dominion Institute's Canadian Citizenship Challenge.

Quiz show format pits Ottawa-area students against seasoned members of the parliamentary press gallery. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Oct 06, 2010

The Canadian Encyclopedia Celebrates 25 Years

The authoritative resource on all things Canadian accessed by millions of users over the past quarter century. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 22, 2010

Minister Jason Kenney announces the Institute’s newest national program - the Canadian Citizenship Challenge

The Challenge will be launched in classrooms across Canada in September and encourage students to take a mock citizenship exam after reading the new citizenship study guide. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Jun 03, 2010

Second World War veterans gather in Quebec City to preserve unique stories of wartime service and sacrifice.

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War holds a special reception for local veterans to participate in a new national digital archive initiative. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

May 27, 2010

Manitoba Second World War veterans gather in Portage La Prairie to preserve their stories

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War holds a special reception for local veterans to participate in a new national digital archive initiative READ THE FULL STORY HERE

May 26, 2010

Second World War veterans of Manitoba gather in Brandon to preserve their stories.

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War holds a special reception for local veterans to participate in a new national digital archive initiative. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

May 13, 2010

Jewish Second World War veterans gather in Toronto to preserve their stories

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War is creating an unprecedented record of Canada’s veterans READ THE FULL STORY HERE

May 05, 2010

Heritage Minister James Moore and Mrs. Laureen Harper join veterans and youth to celebrate VE-Day at a special Victory Ball

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War event commemorates the 65th anniversary of Victory in Europe READ THE FULL STORY HERE

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