What if every student across Canada cared deeply about Remembrance Day?
Help every school do just that!
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Remembrance Day Challenge Kit
How might we help our school design Remembrance Day to be meaningful to our school community?
Veterans, active military, historians, Veterans Affairs Canada, and more.
Tools To Enable The Problem Solving Process
Some custom tools for this specific kit include video interviews from diverse folks within the military, a live speaker series, and a video collaboration with a historian and museum.