Canadian Military History Gateway
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Date > 1900 > 1990-1999
This poster tries to capture the bleakness and poignacy of a soldier's experience while reminding us of the importance of involving today's youth in remembrance. The goals of the Remembrance Day Poster program are outlined here as is the aim of Veterans Affairs Canada.
Veterans Affairs Canada
"Women hold up half the sky" is a saying that values the contributions of women to our world. This activity introduces some of Canada's remarkable female "agents of change" and the organizations with which they worked.
Students hold a forum highlighting a variety of points of view on the Somalia affair.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Students write positions on whether Canadian soldiers should be held to a higher standard than people in other professions.
The armistice to end the First World War took effect at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. Our Remembrance Day poster this year commemorates the 80th anniversary of the end of that War.
The 1997 Remembrance Day Poster highlights the Korean War. The price of war is caught both through the poster itself but also with a brief description of military action in Korea, specifically the battle of Kapyong.
Students are provided with information on the Rideau Canal National Historic Site of Canada, to understand why it has recently received designation as a world heritage site
Students explore the events surrounding Canada’s involvement in Somalia and compare the dates to events in their own lives.
Using a variety of Web-based resources, students will produce a news magazine–style program on peacemaking challenges in the 1990s.
“A Century of Valour”. The 1999 Remembrance Day poster commemorates Canada's wartime and peacekeeping efforts throughout the 20th century.