Six in Ten Canadians Strongly Agree that Heritage Minutes are a Good Way to Teach Canadians About Our History (63%) and Are Important Vehicles for Telling Canadian Stories (60%)

Canadians Favourite Minutes Include Jackie Robinson and the Halifax Explosion; Majority Want to See New Minutes Created by Emerging Canadian Filmmakers (58%) and Film Students (53%)

Friday, October 19, 2012

Toronto, ON – Reflecting on Heritage Minutes, which are short films portraying important moments in Canadian history, six in ten (63%) ‘strongly agree’ that the Heritage Minutes are a good way to teach Canadians about our history, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Historica-Dominion Institute, while...

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Six in Ten Canadians Strongly Agree that Heritage Minutes are a Good Way to Teach Canadians About Our History (63%) and Are Important Vehicles for Telling Canadian Stories (60%)

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