In The News

Learning about Trust 

January 31, 2024, CBC

President Rachel Collishaw, and secretary Wendy Driscoll were interviewed by 24 CBC Radio One morning hosts across Canada. They were excited to share the new Learning about Trust lessons developed with our partners at Proof Strategies. The interviews were heard in Sudbury, Halifax, Ottawa, London, Saskatoon, Quebec city, Regina, Cape Breton, Whitehorse, Newfoundland, Yellowknife, Winnipeg, Calgary, Moncton, Windsor, Edmonton, Kitchener-Waterloo, Prince George, Victoria, Kelowna, Fredericton, Kamloops, Charlottetown, Iqaluit, Vancouver, and Saint John as well as on the Ontario Morning show.

Listen to Rachel’s interview with Chris Walker of CBC Radio’s Daybreak South in Kelowna, BC. The segment is from 2:02 to 9:10.

Listen to Wendy’s interview with Carolina de Ryk of CBC Radio’s Daybreak North in Prince George and Prince Rupert, BC. The segment is from 1:26:51 to 1:34:12

Lest we forget – The House with Catherine Cullen

November 11, 2023, CBC

101-year-old veteran of the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service Lucille Lane has a plea for Remembrance Day: Don’t forget the sacrifice. With fewer and fewer veterans of past conflicts around to share their stories, and as truth is under threat in an age of online disinformation, how do we safeguard our history? Chief historian and director of research at the Canadian War Museum Tim Cook and Rachel Collishaw of the Social Studies Educators Network of Canada join Catherine Cullen to discuss.

The case for — and against — cancelling Canada Day

June 11, 2021, The Toronto Star

Victoria’s city council announced this week it has voted unanimously to drop a scheduled virtual Canada Day broadcast and encouraged people to reflect on ‘what it means to be Canadian in light of recent events.’