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Advocacy

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
The Honourable Adriana LaGrange, Minister of Education 228 Legislature Building 10800 – 97 Avenue Edmonton, AB T5K 2B6 education.minister@gov.ab.ca  PDF Dear Minister LaGrange, The Canadian Historical Association represents professional historians in Canada, and we naturally pay close attention to »
Ottawa, 21 April 2021 Ms. Helen Kennedy Executive Director Egale Canada 120 Carlton Street, Suite 217 Toronto, ON M5A 4K2 Dear Ms. Kennedy: It has come to my attention that Egale has published, without attribution, a chart prepared by »
       An Open Letter from the Canadian Historical Association and the Institut d’Histoire de l’Amérique française to Prime Minister Doug Ford PDF Government of Ontario’s Response Montreal | Ottawa, February 9, 2021 c/o Mr. Doug Ford Premier »