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Check out over 120 newspaper articles, diary entries, and government sources relevant to Canada’s Year Without a Summer.
“The past is a foreign place,” begins L.P. Hartley’s The Go Between, “they do things differently there.” And so too is teaching history in an expulsion and suspension program.
Experiences Canada has created guides, lesson plans and activities for classrooms to learn about Canada’s sesquicentennial. Take a look!
Kathryn Whitfield, OCT, uses primary sources to make the link between past and present for her Grade 10 students. By Trish Snyder
Canada’s History would like to invite teachers and students to take on new perspectives and some other historical thinking concepts.
These ten women of Canadian History were featured at the History Makers Dinner at the Canadian Museum of History on October 16th, 2015. Illustrations by Robert Carter.
Find the perfect books to address each theme in your curriculum with the Teachers' Book Bank.
This is a collection of videos about Canadian Women's history.
As soon as children can say, “That’s Not Fair!” they are ready to talk about their rights and freedoms.
Classroom activities and lesson plans about Canadian Parliament by the Parliament of Canada.
Sep 12, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Second ship from doomed Franklin expedition located, researchers say
Sep 07, 2016
Calgary Herald: Restoration of historic police barracks stirs memories of notorious murder and hanging
Sep 07, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Community council votes to protect Conn Smythe’s Toronto home
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