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Infectious Stories

What do you want future generations to know about how you adapted to and lived through the COVID-19 pandemic? Find out how Governor General’s History Award-winning teacher Katy Whitfield got her students thinking about this question — and how you can engage your own students. Learn more

Catch up on this and other great content you and your students may have missed…

Cold War Tech and Its Discontents

The Arctic-based Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line was a radar defence network developed during the Cold War. Listen to this podcast to learn more about the technology and its lasting consequences for nearby Inuit communities. Learn more

Headwaters of Their Own Stream

Seven artists came together in the early 1970s to fight collectively for the inclusion of Indigenous art within the mainstream Canadian art world. By the end of 1972, this “group of seven” constituted the first self-organized, autonomous First Nations artists’ advocacy collective in Canada. Learn more

Frozen Forays in the Far North

Have your students undertaken any extreme winter treks? Have students find inspiration in this article from the Winter 1964 issue of The BeaverLearn more

Lost Art and Found History: The Life of Max Stern

Explore the life and art of Max Stern with this lesson ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, acknowledged annually on January 27. Learn more

Commemoration

Be sure to register for your FREE print copies of our Kayak issue devoted to commemoration called Who Do We Remember… and How? — perfect for use in the classroom.

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