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CHA members have access to a Legal Fund in copyright infringement, libel or plagiarism cases.

The CHA tries to represent the interest of all historians in Canada regardless of their area of research with respect to a wide variety of matters including:

  • Funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and other agencies
  • Copyright and royalties
  • Access to archives and the preservation of historical records
  • Publishing
  • Privacy and access to information
  • Preservation and commemoration of heritage
  • Careers for historians
  • Mistreatment by universities, governments or other agencies
Standing Committee on Science and Research House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 July 21, 2023 Re: Government of Canada’s Graduate Scholarship and Post-Doctoral Fellowship Programs Dear Members of the Committee, Founded in 1922, the Canadian Historical Association is »
Written Submission for the Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of the Upcoming Federal Budget The Canadian Historical Association August 2023 Recommendation 1: That the government implement the recommendation of the March 2023 Report of the Advisory Panel on the Federal »
Steven High, Professor of History at Concordia University and President of the Canadian Historical Association Trickle down theory is alive and well it seems in our universities. While graduate students in Canada live well below the poverty line, given »
Dear Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, The Canadian Historical Association calls on the federal government to use its influence to convince the French authorities to stop the building of luxury seaside condominiums at Juno Beach, Canada’s D-Day landing site in »
The CHA appreciates the challenges that Covid-19 have created: lockdowns and restrictions of various types have placed enormous burdens on all organizations, both public and private, regardless of their size.  We have no doubt that the leaders of the »