Explore our current and past projects.
Learn about the histories of 2SLGBTQ+ people and communities across Canada in the 1960s and 1970s.
Proud to Be
A commemoration of Canada’s participation in the Korean War (1950-1953) as told through the individual lived experiences of diverse and often marginalized Canadian veterans.
In Defence of Hopes Profound
Learn about the 1872 Nine Hour Movement and induction of the Trade Unions Act as the start to a long history of worker activism for labour reform in Canada.
All for 9 and 9 for All
Learn about ALL of Canada’s remarkable Nobel laureates and how they made their mark in the world of STEM, literature, and peace.
Explore the work of Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce and his impact in public health, Indigenous welfare, and the legacy of the Canadian Indigenous reserve and residential school systems.
Herzberg50 explores the remarkable life story of Dr. Gerhard Herzberg, and 2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of Herzberg’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Insulin100: Inspiration and Innovation tells the story of the discovery and development of insulin, and the diverse impacts it had on individuals and communities across the country. How will you tell the story of this defining Canadian moment in your classroom?
Through the stories of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and resistance fighters, VEDay75 intends to share ‘Canada’s Finest Hour’ with a 21st century audience.
On June 6th 1944, known as D-Day, 14,000 Canadians landed on Juno Beach in Normandy as part of one of the largest military operations in history. A further 90,000 Canadians would eventually take part in the ensuing Battle of Normandy. How do we remember their sacrifices and their service?
One hundred years ago, the Spanish flu pandemic killed as many as 100 million people worldwide. The impact on Canada was catastrophic. Delve deeper into this fascinating chapter in Canadian history with our extensive interdisciplinary resources.
1918 Influenza Pandemic