Canada History Week 2022

GOVERNOR GENERAL’S HISTORY AWARDS Canada’s National History Society is proud to introduce the recipients of the 2022 Governor General’s History Awards. The awards are an annual recognition of the achievements of individuals and organizations that make the past relevant, empowering, and accessible. COMMUNITY PROGRAMMING Administered by Canada’s National History Society Live Our Heritage / Vivre notre héritage Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence Métis-sur-Mer, Quebec Sur les traces de Dubuc La Pulperie de Chicoutimi / Musée régional Chicoutimi, Québec MUSEUMS Administered by the Canadian Museums Association with the support of Ecclesiastical Insurance Voix autochtones d’aujourd’hui : savoir, trauma, résilience Musée McCord Stewart Montréal, Québec POPULAR MEDIA Administered by Canada’s National History Society Thomas King, Guelph, Ontario SCHOLARLY RESEARCH Administered by the Canadian Historical Association A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border across Indigenous Lands Benjamin Hoy, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan TEACHING Administered by Canada’s National History Society Cynthia Bettio, Our Lady Queen of the World Catholic Academy, Richmond Hill, Ontario Natasha Camacho, École St. Catherine’s Elementary School, Halifax, Nova Scotia Carla Cooke and Tracey Salamondra, Hartney School, Hartney, Manitoba Luisa Fracassi, St. Joan of Arc Catholic Academy, Toronto, Ontario Barbara A. Giroux, Holy Family School, Ottawa, Ontario Jennifer Maxwell, W.J. Mouat Secondary, Abbotsford, British Columbia 14