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Untold Stories - Canada's History

May 13, 2020  · At Canada’s History, we highlight our nation’s past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, while understanding that diverse past experiences can shape multiple perceptions of our history. Canada’s History is a registered charity. Generous contributions from readers like you help us

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House Histories - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Mar 30, 2018  · File this case under “house history as life-changing experience!” This article originally appeared in the April-May 2018 issue of Canada’s History magazine. Paul Jones, a former publisher, is a writer, a consultant, and an avid genealogist.

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A Lasting Legacy - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apr 06, 2020  · In 2010, the magazine was rechristened Canada’s History. In 1945, HBC marked its 275th anniversary with a subdued tone due to the Second World War. A highlight was the creation of a scholarship and student exchange program between Canada and Britain.

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Canada's History - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society is a national charitable organization with a programming budget of $2.7 million annually. Founded in 1994 to popularize Canadian history, the society’s work includes: Canada’s History magazine, Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, canadashistory.ca, and the Governor General’s History Awards.

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Canada's History - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) canadashistory.ca is a treasure of Canadian stories waiting to be discovered — a mix of engaging features, columns, reviews and commentary plus historic photos, maps and illustrations. You’ll hear a lively variety of voices, with contributors that include historians, authors and journalists — as well as museum curators and history enthusiasts — from right across the country.

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The World's Oldest Multinational - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apr 07, 2020  · What is the secret of corporate longevity? In 2004, an article in the Economist magazine came up with some answers, and, although its list was for family companies, the same ideas can probably be applied to corporations. The first factor was possession of a reservoir of trust, pride, and money; the second was an ability to evolve; and the third was a good grasp of the firm’s core …

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Home Sweet Suburb - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Mar 20, 2019  · In September 1952 the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation opened Canada’s first two television stations in Toronto and Montreal, and over the next two years extended its television coverage into seven other major metropolitan areas. Television was hardly a new technology.

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Canada's History - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 02, 2016  · Ms. Francine Lelièvre, Executive Director of Pointe-à-Callière, the Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, tells us about an exceptional archaeological site, that of the first Parliament of the United Province of Canada. Kim Campbell: Women in Parliament

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Made in Canada: Handy To Have - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Nov 12, 2018  · However, history views the invention as secondary to what Gesner did for the petrochemical industry, which may never have existed without the refining processes he perfected. Imperial Oil recognized his contribution by constructing an engraved monument on Gesner’s gravesite “as a token of appreciation and for his important contribution to ...

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Canada's History - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 11, 2010  · Subject Area: Social Studies, History, ELA This lesson plan uses the article “ New France, New Home ” written by Heather Wright and illustrated by Joy Ang in the January/February 2008 issue of Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids .

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Grande-Pré - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Grand-Pré was the epicentre for one of the saddest events in Acadian history. On September 5, 1755, Acadian men and boys were summoned to the old church, where British Lieutenant-Colonel John Winslow read out an order to have all the French-speaking settlers expelled from the region.

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About Us - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society publishes Canada’s History magazine (formerly The Beaver) and Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids.. Canada’s History is published six times a year in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Founded in 1920 by the Hudson’s Bay Company, the magazine was acquired by Canada’s History Society in 1994 and is now the Society’s chief instrument in its efforts to promote ...

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100 Years: The Historical Legacy of The ... - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 22, 2020  · One hundred years of history. A century of storytelling. In October 2020, Canada’s History-The Beaver magazine will mark its 100th year of publication with a special collector’s issue showcasing a century’s worth of stories and photographs from the magazine’s vast archival collection. At the same time, the special issue will examine The Beaver’s complicated legacy of colonialism when ...

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Canada's History Explore - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Mar 10, 2014  · Canada’s History magazine featured a story about Arctic Vikings in its April-May 2014 issue written by David Keys. The Vikings exhibit was a joint venture between, and produced, by The Swedish History Museum in Sweden and MuseumsPartner in Austria. …

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Arthur's Secret - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 17, 2017  · Presidents of the United States must be born on U.S. soil. So says the American Constitution. But evidence suggests that Chester Arthur, the twenty-first president, was born in a foreign land. Canada, perhaps? Shh, don’t tell the Americans.

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Killer Flu - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 11, 2018  · History’s most lethal flu, it killed an estimated fifty million (there are no precise figures). It was one of history’s worst pandemics. (An epidemic is the occurrence of a disease in excess of its expected rate; a pandemic is an epidemic that occurs over a large geographical area, usually considered to be in many different parts of the world.)

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About Us - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society is a national charitable organization with a programming budget of $2.7 million annually. Founded in 1994 to popularize Canadian history, the society’s work includes: Canada’s History magazine, Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, canadashistory.ca, and the Governor General’s History Awards.

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A Pox on Our Nation - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apr 07, 2020  · Smallpox began to shape Canada’s political history in 1616 when the disease struck the Indigenous population living near Tadoussac, France’s first North American fur-trading post. The disease had been unknown to the First Nations, who had no natural immunity, and this population would become highly vulnerable to its deadly power.

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One hundred years of the RCMP - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 14, 2020  · At Canada’s History, we highlight our nation’s past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, while understanding that diverse past experiences can shape multiple perceptions of our history. Canada’s History is a registered charity. Generous contributions from readers like you help us ...

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The Canadians Who Shaped Hollywood - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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New France, New Home - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 22, 2020  · In this video, Pierre Anctil — author, historian, and professor in the Department of History at the University of Ottawa — discusses pivotal moments in the migratory history of Montreal. Video Immerse yourself in Canadian history in print and digital.

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Canada's History Exploration - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 09, 2014  · canadashistory.ca is a treasure of Canadian stories waiting to be discovered — a mix of engaging features, columns, reviews and commentary plus historic photos, maps and illustrations. You’ll hear a lively variety of voices, with contributors that include historians, authors and journalists — as well as museum curators and history enthusiasts — from right across the country.

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Highlight LGBTQ2S+ History - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jun 12, 2019  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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Perfect people, perfect country - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 02, 2016  · MacMurchy was influenced by the work of such U.S. eugenicists as Henry Goddard and, in particular, Richard Dugdale. Dugdale was the author of a celebrated heredity study published in 1877 that showed how the union of an upstate New York frontiersman he called Max Juke and his “degenerate” (or morally inferior) wife in the 1730s were responsible for seven generations of misfits and criminals.

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Contact Us - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids — 4 issues per year for as low as $14.95. Subscribe now. Subscribe to Canada's History. Save as much as 40% off the cover price! 6 issues per year as low as $29.95. Available in print and digital. Subscribe now.

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The Story of Victoria Day - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Nov 05, 2015  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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Youth - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society is a national charitable organization with a programming budget of $2.7 million annually. Founded in 1994 to popularize Canadian history, the society’s work includes: Canada’s History magazine, Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, canadashistory.ca, and the Governor General’s History Awards.

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The Golden Age of the General Store - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Dec 04, 2018  · In July 1608, when Samuel de Champlain built his magazin, the first part of the Quebec habitation, he was founding not only a city and a country but also a Canadian tradition that has endured for almost four hundred years.

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From Bubonic Plague to Covid-19 - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 05, 2020  · As a 2010 history of Canadian public health by Christopher Rutty and Susan Sullivan points out, 18th and 19th century colonial governments enacted draconian quarantine laws, but these often failed to be enforced by local officials. 11.

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Support in Many Ways - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) What began in 1920 as The Beaver, a journal for employees of the Hudson’s Bay Company, is now Canada’s History magazine — an award-winning publication published six times a year. Enthusiastically read by thousands of Canadians, Canada’s History is a …

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The Creation of Nunavut - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 11, 2017  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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Fur Trader Game - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Nov 01, 2019  · As a class or individually, students can read the article “The Business that Created a Country” in the How Furs Built Canada issue of Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids. Then the students will be given their “Fur Trader’s Log Book” and they will write their name on the front.

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Canada's History Archive featuring The Beaver - Canada's ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society cautions readers to explore the Archive using historical thinking concepts — analyzing not only the content, but asking questions of who shaped the content, and why. Search the Archive. A Journal of Progress. Hugh Conn: Legendary Arctic Traveller

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Monumental Moments - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 15, 2019  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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A New Look at the Dieppe Raid - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) At Canada’s History, we highlight our nation’s past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, while understanding that diverse past experiences can shape multiple perceptions of our history. Canada’s History is a registered charity. Generous contributions from readers like you help us ...

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Canada's History Education - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Mar 08, 2010  · However, any Canadian history textbook that gives a good account of the Red River Rebellion will do. Video: CBC's Canada: A People’s History Episode 9; Book: Brown, Chester. Louis Riel: A Comic Strip Biography. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly Publications, 2003. This is a great visual narrative to the rebellions and the trial if you can provide ...

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Explaining D-Day - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 21, 2014  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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Confederation: The Unfinished Project - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 19, 2017  · Canada’s History Archive, featuring The Beaver, is now available for your browsing and searching pleasure! Browse The Beaver. Related to Lesson Plans. Slippery Slopes: Preventing War. This exercise attempts to recreate the historical process that helped lead the world into the Great War.

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Canada's History - French Canada - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 05, 2016  · canadashistory.ca is a treasure of Canadian stories waiting to be discovered — a mix of engaging features, columns, reviews and commentary plus historic photos, maps and illustrations. You’ll hear a lively variety of voices, with contributors that include historians, authors and journalists — as well as museum curators and history enthusiasts — from right across the country.

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About Us - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Canada’s History Society is a national charitable organization with a programming budget of $2.7 million annually. Founded in 1994 to popularize Canadian history, the society’s work includes: Canada’s History magazine, Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, canadashistory.ca, and the Governor General’s History Awards.

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The First Labour Day - Canada's History

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 31, 2011  · The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada's History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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