Highlighting Canada’s historic milestones and changemakers through digital stories and conversations, HSC provides a platform to learn and reflect upon our collective past while inspiring a hopeful future for every Canadian.

50th anniversary of the Ugandan Asian Resettlement
75th anniversary of the adoption of the canadian citizenship act
40th Anniversary of the Canadian Charterof Rights and Freedoms
150th anniversary of the Nine Hour Movement & the Adoption of the Trade Unions Act

The Project

The History of Social Change is a multimedia project of SEE Change Magazine profiling social change events in Canadian history – and their key players – that have shaped who we are as Canadians today.

Each profile will offer an in-depth look at a movement or event’s origins, the activists who fought for change, the challenges in their way, the victories worth celebrating, and where we stand today.

Why look at social change? Learn more here.

Social Movements That Shaped Our Lives

10 Movements. 21 Voices. Infinite Lives Changed

The Canadian History of Social ChangeThe Canadian History of Social Change

Social movements that shaped our lives

Published by SEE Change Magazine

Do you have a story about a social change movement in Canada’s history?

Do you know a Canadian changemaker who played an important part in effecting social change? Let us know, we’d love to hear from you!

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.

Ce projet est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.

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