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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 18
‘Canada Gate’ outside Buckingham Palace, was completed in 1911 and bears emblems of all of the Canadian provinces at that time;
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 12
Did you know Canada’s first Coat of Arms proclaimed by King George V in 1921 had green maple leaves? They didn’t turn red until 1957!
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 17
Did you know Canadian passports always remain property of The Queen? In fact on the first page of a Canadian passport it requests in the name of The Queen of Canada, that foreign authorities permit you to travel freely & safely while away.
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Jolene Fiarchuk Jun 13
Hey HSD and SRSS! This is Cassidy, an awesome student who is hoping to visit classes to speak about the importance of Remembrance. If you are a Steinbach-area teacher and willing to have her in, let me know! She also has some Vimy pins for sale.
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ben bradley Jun 13
exciting -- i might lead a historical walking tour of banff's youth and counterculture scenes this fall.
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Blair Stein 22h
JUMPING IN here to say that the other great thing about this dog is that he’s a generalist. Here he is acting as a research assistant for a project on technology and climate in .
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Tom Fraser Jun 16
Canada has only had one truly great PM and it was John Diefenbaker don't @ me
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Kristine Alexander Jun 19
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 19
“My mother once said that this country felt like a home away from home for The Queen of Canada. Prime Minister, I am pleased to report that it still does.” - The Queen, 2010, Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Canada's History Jun 15
She's on our $10 bill now, but do you know the story of Viola Desmond?
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 21h
July 2010: The Queen visits the Blackberry factory in Waterloo, wearing a white protective coat while touring the Province of Ontario;
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ActiveHistory.ca Jun 19
Today on : reflects on safety, migrants, and the connection between historical and contemporary treatment of marginalized communities
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Canada's History Jun 18
For much of 1943 Canada’s National Research Council was preoccupied with the strangest idea of all — to construct immense warships out of ice.
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 16
“It is my privilege to serve you as Queen of Canada to the best of my ability, to play my part in the Canadian identity, to uphold Canadian traditions & heritage, to recognize Canadian excellence & achievement;” - Queen Elizabeth II, 2002
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jun 16
“I cannot lead you into battle, I do not give you laws or administer justice but I can do something else, I can give you my heart and my devotion.” - Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, 1957.
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Matthew S. Wiseman Jun 19
Excellent news! I’m excited to see what comes of this important and much-needed historical research. Congrats, Tim!
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ActiveHistory.ca Jun 18
We've welcomed two new contributing editors to the team this month. Welcome aboard and
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Dr. Jessica van Horssen Jun 11
There are worse things a president has called a Canadian PM, including when LBJ physically assaulted LBP while screaming about pissing on his rug
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ActiveHistory.ca Jun 11
Active History Editors and are spending the week at the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation as part of the Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute. They are participating in land based learning and cultural teachings all week.
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Jessica DeWitt Jun 11
I’m happy to announce that I am now a member of the Board of Directors! We are looking to increase and diversify our membership. Memberships are only $25 a year!
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