The Heritage Minutes

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What are the The Heritage Minutes ?

The Heritage Minutes are now called the Historica Minutes.

The Historica Minutes are one-minute movies that portray exciting and important stories from Canada's past.

These brief but inspiring history highlights are useful as teaching aids — the Historica Minutes are screened in many classrooms across Canada.

The Minutes have been a familiar part of Canada's cultural landscape for more than ten years. So familiar, in fact, they have been imitated and parodied by comedians.

Whether the Historica Minutes make you laugh or cry, one thing is certain — Canadian history is more interesting by the minute.

Source: http://www.histori.ca/minutes/section.do?className=ca.histori.minutes.entity.ClassicMinute