Calling on all teachers in Canada… Join our new Teachers’ Club!
The Canadian Museum of History and the Canadian War Museum are delighted to invite YOU — educators tasked with shaping the hearts and minds of our future leaders — to join our dynamic family of Canadian history enthusiasts. We believe that the work you do is absolutely ESSENTIAL, and want to make it easier for you to access our resources.
How It Works
Step 1: You must be employed by a public or private school in Canada, or a parent home-schooling your child.
Step 2: You will need to provide us with some basic information, such as your name, your email address, and the name of the school where you work (if applicable).
Step 3: Welcome to the Club and enjoy all it has to offer!
Benefits of the Teachers’ Club
- It’s free to join the Club!
- Free admission to both Museums during specific times of the year.
- Access to the new Museum Education Newsletter.
- Invitations to exhibition openings at both Museums.
- Invitations to select CINÉ+ film screenings.
- Invitations to special teachers-only events and workshops — both on site and online.
- Access to our educational/professional development workshops and tools.
- Special discounts for lectures and paid educational programs.
- You never have to renew, and you can cancel at any time.
- This membership is for the benefit of the enrolled teacher only, and does not extend to guests.
- Proof of teaching credentials will be required for free admission to the Museums.
- The benefits offered in this program are subject to change without notice.
Join us for a screening of Homecoming Song, followed by a discussion that explores stories, experiences and perspectives related to the service and sacrifice of Indigenous veterans across Canada.
On Remembrance Day, at exactly 11 a.m., sunlight shines through a single window in Memorial Hall to frame the headstone representing Canada’s Unknown Soldier.
This session explains the research methods, tools and resources used by the Canadian War Museum’s Military History Research Centre to help people learn more about family members by exploring their military service.
Looking for educational resources?
Our websites offer a wide range of educational experiences and resources. Visit our pages for teachers to get started:
Canadian Museum of History
Canadian War Museum