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This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Jackie Cleave is a teacher at Laura Secord School i
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. What do we do with statues of people whose views an
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. “Missing,” a show performed by Kelly Barnum’s dance
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. In Randall Keast’s project, The Human Rights Sympos
Denise LeBlanc enseigne à l’École du Grand-Pavois à Rimouski au Québec. Son projet finaliste Le cœur d’Auschwitz a été réalisé en collaboration avec École en réseau et le musée de l’Holocauste de Montréal. Les activités pédagogiques réalisées o
Jean-Pierre Bélanger enseigne au Collège Clarétain à Victoriaville au Québec. Le projet finaliste qu’il a créé pour ses élèves et qui est intitulé Le discours politique, dans la peau des personnages offre aux élèves une occasion de reproduire e
Maintenant plus que jamais, les pédagogues sont ouverts aux conversations sur l'égalité et le racisme systémique. Judette Dumel, enseignante à l’École intermédiaire publique Louis-Riel, a été inspirée par ce thème et a développé son projet fina
Ce projet créé par Kevin Péloquin, enseignant au Collège Saint-Hilaire à Mont-Saint-Hilaire au Québec, est finaliste pour le Prix d’histoire du Gouverneur général pour l’excellence en enseignement. Le projet intitulé Cours-voyage sur des sites
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Janet teaches at the Scarborough Centre for Alterna
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Student members of the Westwood Historical Society
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. For over ten years, teacher Mark Perry has led stud
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. The Keeping Tobacco Sacred project, started by Mich
This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2021 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Shannon Leggett is a teacher at Brockton School in
La Société Histoire Canada s’est récemment entretenue avec l'un des finalistes de l’édition de 2020 du Prix d’histoire du Gouverneur général pour l’excellence des programmes communautaires. La Fondation Émergence s'est vu décerner par le jury u
Canada’s National History Society spoke with finalists of the 2020 Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Community Programming who additionally received honourable mention distinction for their projects. The award aims to inspire
Canada’s National History Society spoke with finalists of the 2020 Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Community Programming who additionally received honourable mention distinction for their projects. The award aims to inspire
The Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line was a radar defense network in Canada’s Arctic. It was a Cold War engineering marvel, but it had terrible effects on the land and Inuit communities.
The financial history of the US and Canada since the late 18th century. In his lecture, professor Joe Martin discusses how Canada and the United States diverged in their development of a banking system after the conclusion of the War of 1812.
Dundonald Park in Ottawa sits across the street from the apartment that Igor Gouzenko, the first Cold War defector, previously resided. This apartment building was where Gouzenko and his family hid from Soviet pursuers, and this park was where
Allen Priest provides insights into the history of American elections’ impacts on Canada. On the day of the 2020 United States presidential election, it is a great opportunity to reflect on the history of American elections’ influence on Canad
The defection of the Russian cipher clerk, Igor Gouzenko, in September, 1945, revealed to Canadian authorities a web of Soviet espionage spun throughout Canada, with threads running through atomic military research, Canadian parliament, and acr
For decades, The Beaver depicted Indigenous societies as primitive peoples in need of “civilization.” In actuality, the magazine’s images reveal vibrant cultures, resilient communities, and crucial new perspectives on the North. Karine Duhamel
Evy Wilson, the daughter of Igor and Svetlana Gouzenko, remembers her parents’ stories on the 75th anniversary of their escape to Canada — the first Cold War defection. Photographs of Svetlana Gouzenko in 1948 (left) and Evy Wilson, her daught
L’histoire est une discipline merveilleuse et riche en enseignement. Toutefois, les étudiants.es à qui j’enseigne, des jeunes de 17-18 ans pour la plupart, ont souvent développé un sentiment négatif vis-à-vis cette matière durant leur parcours
Le projet présenté est une expérimentation de la formation à distance au secondaire associée à la constitution d’un environnement de classe différent (aménagement flexible), invitant, engageant et en évolution où la technologie et la réalisatio
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