About the Episode The lyrics to Canada’s national anthem have been made gender-neutral and, whether you agree with the change or not, history has shown
KH Associates Stacey Devlin and Emily Keyes attended the 18th Rupert’s Land Colloquium in May. They both contributed to this article. From May 16-19th, the Centre for Rupert’s
About the Episode Dungeons & Dragons has been a cult classic game since it was first published in 1974. Since then, it has had significant
This post was written by KH Associates Leanne Gaudet and Brittney Bos, who together were the organizers of Know History’s CN Cycle for CHEO team!
From time to time our Know History team members contribute stories to the History Hub on things that inspire and interest them. Below is a
Are you a new grad? Museum professional? Graphic designer? History aficionado? Then this event is perfect for you! Come join us at our 3rd annual
Last week, Know History associates ventured to Las Vegas to attend the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History (NCPH). The NCPH is
About the Episode Ancient Egypt; the discovery of medical insulin; chemical weapons testing; a fatal plane crash; and several odd calls from CSIS. What do