Category: Education Project

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This past summer our Chair and CEO Jonathan Niemczak provided a virtual lunch and learn presentation to Red River College Polytech and Norton Rose Fulbright law firm on the history of the Pride Movement in Canada. The presentation covered the various national events throughout Canada from the 1950s to the 1980s that were pivotal to the national Pride Movement as well as an overview of how the term Two-Spirit came to be and further resources for people to explore the Canadian Pride Movement.

If your organization would be interested in having Jonathan present to your organization and provide them with a greater understanding of why we have Pride, please contact us at info@cphs.ca.

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On June 3rd, 2022, the Canadian Pride Historical Society (CPHS) launch its extensive Research and Educational Materials that documents the historical account of the Pride Movement in Canada. CPHS’s Research and Educational Materials is the cumulation of two years of extensive research and development of education resources for the use in schools, and for the general public. The Research and Educational Materials can be accessed via CPHS’s interactive, robust website. This launch is part of CPHS’s commitment to provide a historical account of the Pride Movement across Canada and locally. Please see the link video for the recording of the Research and Educational Materials launch for Manitoba which took place on June 3rd, 2022, 5:30 pm CT, at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR).

As part of the launch event, the CPHS took part in the 2022 Pride Winnipeg/Fierté Canada Pride parade with a walking group.

CPHS believes that every Canadian should have access to the history of Pride Movements in Canada with the goal of inspiring conversations about the Pride Movement. The CPHS believes conversations through the sharing of Pride knowledge, research, and stories of Pride’s past, will ensure the future of the Pride Movement.  Presently in Canada, a centralized national database and/or detailed historical account of the Pride Movement in Canada does not exist.  In addition to creating a Pride historical account, CPHS has developed national and local pride historical materials and educational resources for current use by educators, teachers, and the general public which are also available via the society’s website.

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Check out our most recent status update on our Research and Education Projects for April 2022.

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Happy New Year from the Canadian Pride Historical Society (CPHS)! As we move into 2022 the research project continues to move along at a steady pace.

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Volunteers are vital to the success of our organization, and we are grateful for the hundreds of hours our volunteers dedicate to the work of the Canadian Pride Historical Society. This volunteer spotlight is for Ben Wiersma, one of our Board Members, read more below.

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We’ve had a very busy and productive summer here at the Canadian Pride Historical Society (CPHS).

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This past June our Chair and CEO Jonathan Niemczak provided a virtual 45-minute presentation to the Alberta Teachers’ Association on the history of the Pride Movement in Canada as part of their Pride Month programming.

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As we near the one-year mark since the official launch of the Canadian Pride Historical Society (CPHS), we’ve made a lot of progress on the documentation and education project.

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