On June 6, 1944, one of the largest and most complex military operations in history began on the beaches of Normandy. Glimpses of D-Day.

Residential schools: a dark page in Canadian history

Sad discovery in Kamloops, British Columbia, when a mass grave containing 215 children was found behind an Indigenous residential school. Insights into a dark chapter in Canadian history.

Resurgence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

For several days, the eyes of the world have been on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Why such a resurgence of violence in the Middle East? Insights into a historical conflict with multiple origins.

25 years of exploration, experimentation, education, learning ... on digital, and with digital

The École branchée celebrates its 25 years of activity on April 2. Here are the testimonials of two of the founding members of our organization. Do like them and tell us about your encounter with the École branchée!

The "Megxit", a royal emancipation

So when Prince Harry and his wife Meghan announced that they wanted to distance themselves from the monarchy, the news quickly spread around the world. A look at a start that continues to generate a lot of ink.

Polytechnique: where is our company 30 years later?

30 years after the Polytechnique tragedy, where is the company in its fight for social, political, economic, cultural, personal and legal equality between women and men? And what about feminist movements? A look at the imbalances still present 30 years later ...

The fall of the Berlin Wall, 30 years later

On the night of November 9-10, 1989, Germany was the center of attention around the world. Indeed, it was that night that the 3-meter-high and 155-km-long wall that had divided the city of Berlin for 28 years was destroyed. Look at a product of the Cold War and a symbol of the division of the world into two blocks.

Several historical resources on the “Mémoires des Montréalais” site

During the 57th edition of the congress of the Society of Quebec History Teachers, the Montreal History Center presented “Mémoires des Montréalais”, its site dedicated to the city of Montreal and its inhabitants.

The Amazon rainforest is burning

For several weeks, the media have been telling us the same news: the Amazon rainforest is grappling with hundreds of fires that are destroying what is called by some, “the lung of the planet”. Zoom on the importance of the Amazon rainforest for planet Earth.

Reinventing learning: portrait of an innovative teacher

Jean-Philippe Payer received the Ken Spencer Prize for innovation in teaching in Canada. A prestigious award that highlights the work and involvement of this teacher who dared to adopt a different perspective to promote learning among his students.