Each month, the CHA publishes a featured article from its Bulletin or any other source on an issue that is of relevance to its members.
This month's featured text, The Contemporary Relevance of the Historical Treaties to Treaty Indian Peoples written by Leon Crane Bear was first posted on ActiveHistory's website.
What’s in a name? The Quiet Revolution (December 2016)
A Century Long Debate over Sexual Education in Ontario (October 2016)
Shuttering Archives: A UNESCO Recognized Collection to Close its Doors to the Public (May 2016)
Photo: Le Séminaire de Québec
Film Friday: Suffrage Stories Without Class (March 2016)
A solution to the collection of archival images (February 2016)
The Contemporary relevance of the Historical Treaties to Treaty Indian peoples (December 2015)
Image - Treaty medals, Indian Treaty No. 7, 1877, brass - Glenbow Museum - DSC01079.JPG
Introducing the CHA Teaching Committee (November 2015)
Interview with an emerging scholar and CHA member - Katya MacDonald (September 2015)
Pedagogies: Visual Literacy and the Teaching of History (August 2015)
The Social Democracy Question (June 2015)
A “Failing Enterprise”? (May 2015)
Historical Research on Canada and Beyond
Posted on ActiveHistory's website February 6, 2015.
‘The Future of the Past: Transmitting History to Future Generations”. Panelists: Jennifer Anderson (Canadian Museum of History), Stéphane Lévesque (University of Ottawa), Jo-Ann McCutcheon (University of Ottawa), and Jean-Pierre Morin (Aboriginal and Northern Development Canada)