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The D-Day landings on June 6, 1944 marked a turning point for the Allies in the Second World War. Find 6 resources for your classroom that will help your students learn about and remember this important moment in Canadian history.
The Archives of Ontario is sharing a remarkable diary from the War of 1812 — 140 characters at a time.
A Top Ten list of teachers who are passionate about international development and social justice issues. Connect with them today on Twitter.
Canada is home to thousands of great historic sites just waiting to be explored by your student. Field trips are to history class what labs are to science class.
Bring museums into the class and explore the "stuff" of history with this database of 1812 artifacts.
A Bear in War is a book and website that tells the true story of Teddy, a stuffed bear that Aileen Rogers sent her father while he was fighting overseas during the First World War.
To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation, Active History and the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies have compiled a collection of essays, which are all available online.
Apathy is boring makes democracy exciting.
The Archives of Ontario hosted a March break teacher day to talk about archives and classroom resources.
This virtual exhibit from the Archives of Ontario uses fascinating documents from their collection to tell the history around the War of 1812.
Aug 09, 2014
CBC News: Apparent Stanley Cup ring discovered by seven-year-old
Aug 07, 2014
The Globe and Mail: Capital Regional District mulls expropriation of Grace Islet
Aug 06, 2014
CBC News: Moncton's Castle Manor has been sold
Nov 21, 2014
(Re)Making Confederation: (Re)Imagining Canada
Dec 06, 2014
“A Queenston Holiday” at the Laura Secord Homestead
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