Having been a part of the public engagement process for the new Canadian Museum of History, the latest report provides a keen insight into what Canadians envisions as the role of the new museum in exhibiting, preserving and protecting Canadian history for all generations. I personally provided feedback during the Toronto workshop, and I believe the recommendations outlined in the final report will make a considerable contribution to the scope, design and sustainability of the Canadian Museum of History well into the future. A large part of preserving our collective narrative, even while Canada continues to comprehend and build its historical legacy, transcends mere buildings dedicated to history. This process will involve all Canadians. History is not static, and Canadians from across the country will contribute to shaping this nations story each and every day. The new Museum of History must reflect that organic process.