The Tyee features the Heritage Minute on Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Apr 09, 2018
Oct 24, 2017
CBC News speaks to Kathy Milanowski, the Here's My Canada top winner
Kathy Milanowski can now say she has her own heritage minute. Well, almost. The organization Historica Canada, a charitable group most famous for producing Canadian Heritage Minutes, held a national contest asking "What does Canada mean to you?" Read the full story here.
Oct 22, 2017
The Edmonton Journal profiles the Here's My Canada Grand Prize winner
A local graphic design student has added significant heft to her resume after winning a $10,000 prize for her video Our Canadian People. Read the full story here.
Sep 20, 2017
CBC PEI speaks to Heritages Minute Manager Davida Aronovitch about the filming of a new Minute
Lucy Maud Montgomery will finally be making her debut on Heritage Minutes. The series of sixty-second short films illustrate an important moment in Canadian history. Read the full story here.
Sep 18, 2017
MeadowlakeNOW speaks to a local student about her Encounters with Canada experience
A Grade 12 Meadow Lake student learned a bit more about the life of other teengers across Canada after a recent school trip to Ottawa. Read the full story here.
Sep 03, 2017
Program Manager Bronwyn Graves speaks to the Globe and Mail about incorporating Indigenous perspectives in the classroom
Historica Canada, a non-profit foundation, has been pushing provinces and territories to move toward a dedicated history course. Read the full story here.
Aug 15, 2017
CTV Atlantic interviews Memory Project speaker David Seager
CTV Atlantic discusses VJ-Day with Memory Project speaker David Seager. Watch the interview here.
Aug 03, 2017
Anthony Wilson-Smith speaks to Maclean's about the unknown Canadian hero at Dunkirk
After hearing about the Hollywood film Dunkirk, Anthony Wilson-Smith’s son struck up a conversation with his dad about why there were no Canadian characters featured in the film. Read the full story here.
Jul 25, 2017
The Brantford Expositor speaks to Indigenous Arts & Stories winner K Dawn Martin
Six Nations writer K Dawn Martin makes it crystal clear in a winning poem she wrote for a national Indigenous writing contest that her mind lives in a holistic world, in a confluence of water, nature, politics, social issues and family. Read the full story here.
Jul 25, 2017
CBC News talks to a couple whose Canadian roadtrip was inspired by the Heritage Minutes
Rebecca Bartlett, who is originally from Charlottetown, and her boyfriend Jim Ellwood have now completed about a third of their goal to visit all 87 locations featured in Heritage Minutes. Read the full story here.
Jul 17, 2017
Indigenous Arts & Stories winner Mackenzie Anderson speaks to The Metro
At 17, Mackenzie Anderson is already using her paintbrush to draw attention to the issues that matter to her community.
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate student and St. James resident was recently named a junior winner for the Historica Canada Indigenous Arts & Stories contest for her piece, Nikawiy Nitanis. Read the full story here.