Press Releases

Dec 18, 2009

40 teens selected to attend 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games as members of the Historica-Dominion at the Games project.

Forty students from British Columbia (BC) and across the country have been selected to attend and report on their experiences at the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 25, 2009

WWII Veterans Gather to Preserve Their Stories at Special Miramichi Event, Held by The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War

Local Second World War veterans gathered today at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #3 in Miramichi to participate in a new nation-wide oral history project. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 10, 2009

Veterans from The Memory Project Open Toronto Stock Exchange

Canadian veterans from the Second World War and onwards were invited to open the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) to mark Remembrance Week this morning. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 10, 2009

Me to We Style Supports the Historica-Dominion Institute

This Remembrance Day, Me to We Style will be donating $10 for every t-shirt sold online to The Historica-Dominion Institute’s Memory Project, which encourages veterans to share their stories with young people across Canada. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 10, 2009

The Historica-Dominion Institute Welcomes Billy Bishop Toronto City Centre Airport

The Historica-Dominion Institute applauds the Toronto Port Authority ’s decision to change the name of the Toronto City Centre Airport to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 09, 2009

Encounters with Canada Focuses on Memory during Canada Remembers Week.

This week Encounters with Canada welcomes 138 students from across the nation to Ottawa for a week that promises to be inspiring, enriching and meaningful. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 05, 2009

The Memory Project Reaches One Million Students

The Memory Project, a program of the Historica-Dominion Institute, will bring together veterans, servicemen and women, students and teachers Toronto, to celebrate the one-millionth young person reached through their national Memory Project initiative. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Nov 05, 2009

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War Launches Remembrance Week Feature Gallery on New Project Website

The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War is showcasing seven veteran stories, in both official languages, to mark each day of Remembrance Week from November 5 to 11 at: www.thememoryproject.com/remembrance. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Oct 31, 2009

Second World War Veterans Gather to Preserve Their Stories at a Special Kelowna Event, Held by The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War

On Saturday, October 31st Okanagan area Second World War veterans will gather at the Okanagan Military Museum to participate in a new nation-wide oral history project. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

Oct 29, 2009

The Historica-Dominion Institute Asks Canadians to Take Two Minutes to Remember on November 11

Remembrance Day is a day like no other in Canada. It is an occasion – once a year, every autumn – for Canadians to honour those who have served, and continue to serve, our country. READ THE FULL STORY HERE

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