Canada

Sine 1981, our Toronto-based team has provided professional development and resources to 4,354 educators; reaching over 282,800 students in 618 schools across Canada.


As communities across Canada become increasingly diverse, educators are asking for tools to promote empathy, respect, and create a safe classroom environment that encourages conversations about difficult issues. Our invaluable partnerships with school board administrators and educators enable us to provide educators with the tools, strategies, and resources for students to explore themes of prejudice, judgment and justice, and civic responsibility.

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Find out what we've got going on locally and how you can help us grow our work throughout Canada.

Stolen Lives: The Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the Indian Residential Schools examines the Indian Residential Schools and their long-lasting effects on Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Find projects, activities, resources, and inspiration from educators across Canada who are integrating Facing History in their classrooms.

A Back-to-School Message for Canadian Educators

 

News and Announcements

May 9, 2017

High school students from five schools across the GTA gathered at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto on Tuesday April 25th to present ideas at a community summit on how to integrate Indigenous culture at their schools.

The community summit was the final stage of Decolonizing Schools Together, an initiative organized by Facing History. Read more about the community summit in this recent article in The Torontoist.

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Videos

Get to know our work through stories told by teachers, students, scholars, and partnering organizations.

Canada Back to School Message

In this, back to school message for Canadian educators, Executive Director, Leora Schaefer and Senior Program Associate, Jasmine Wong share some back to school ideas, and highlight some new initiatives for the 2018-2019 school year.

Facing History in 60 Seconds

There are many classes that teach science, math, and English. There’s only one that teaches us to be more human.

Michael Pitblado of Leahurst College - Kingston, ONT

Students use graphic storytelling to express historical understanding about an upstander of their choosing. They experience empathy by generating discussions about the choices people have made in the past and those we face today.

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Facing History, Canada Advisory Board

Lesley Shore, Chair

Ronald Hoffman
Amos Key Jr.
Nate Leipciger
Madeleine Levy
Myra Novogrodsky*
Jeff Rayman
Carole Ann Reed*
Betty Ann Taylor*
Jared Trotman
Michael Uster
Sharon Weintraub
Margaret Wells*
Margie Wolfe*

* Emeritus

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Since 1981, we've provided teachers in schools across Canada with educational resources and support.
These educators have reached hundreds of thousands of students who are now empowered to stand up in the face of injustice.

With your help, we can reach more!

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