Lesson Plans

The Memory Project has launched an exciting web resource dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Canada's veterans.

This online resource will offer your students the opportunity to hear the experiences of thousands of servicemen and women who were there. New classroom activities are continually added - revisit the site often or sign up for our newsletter.

Supplement - Primary Sources Learning Guide

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Supplement - Primary Sources Learning Guide

The Memory Project has numerous primary sources to help students rethink what it means to study history.

Primary Sources

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Primary Sources

The Memory Project has compiled a collection of primary sources from the Second World War and Korean War.

Speakers' Preparation Kit

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Speakers' Preparation Kit

Our Speakers Preparation Kit is filled with tips and suggestions for speaking engagements. This kit is geared towards new Memory Project volunteers but also serves as a great refresher for current volunteers.

Putting a Face to Remembrance

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Putting a Face to Remembrance

Putting a Face to Remembrance: Exploring Remembrance in our communities with The Memory Project Speakers Bureau

Vol. 3 Canadian Forces in Global Conflict

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Vol. 3 Canadian Forces in Global Conflict

Canadian Forces in Global Conflict: Susan Beharriell and Don Ethell's Half-Century Timeline

Vol. 2 Len Badowich's Cold War Timeline

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Vol. 2 Len Badowich's Cold War Timeline

The story of one Canadian's involvement in the Cold War

Vol. 1 Grant McRae’s WWII

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Vol. 1 Grant McRae’s WWII

Grant Mcrae’s WWII & Canadian Century Timeline

Quebec: A Snapshot

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Quebec: A Snapshot

A look at the military history of Québec

Saskatchewan: A Snapshot

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Saskatchewan: A Snapshot

A look at the military history of Saskatchewan