An interactive discussion on Canadian history

The first episodes of Canada: The Story of Us sparked a passionate debate among Canadians. We heard criticism from groups who felt left out, some who felt misrepresented, and others who don't think history should be condensed into short stories with dramatic storytelling.

In response to public reaction, last week we announced we would be holding a series of live digital conversations to share some of these diverse perspectives.

Tonight, you can join the conversation too, in English or in French. Moderated by CBC Montreal's Mike Finnerty, a panel of experts will answer questions and keep this important dialogue on Canada's history going.

When to Watch
Tuesday, April 18 at 7 p.m. ET

How to Participate
CBC 2017's Facebook page
CBC's YouTube channel

Panelists

  • Brenda Wastasecoot
    Lecturer, Centre for Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto
     
  • Lise Marie Baudry
    Director, Centre Francophone De Toronto
     
  • Jack Jedwab
    Executive Vice-President
    Association of Canadian Studies and the Canadian Institution for Identities and Migration
     
  • Marcel Martel
    Professor, Department of History, York University
    Holder of the Avie Bennett Historica Chair in Canadian History
     
  • Sasha Mullally
    Associate Professor, Department of History, University of New Brunswick
    Board Member, Canada's National History Society
    Editor, Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region
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