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Every year teaching associations host both subject specific or general teaching conferences. Find your province or territory in this list to get involved!
The Great Charter of English Liberties turns 800 this year. As part of the celebrations, one of the original copies of this groundbreaking thirteenth-century document is touring Canada.
Good things happen when teachers take chances, says Joe Stafford.
The aim is simple: bring outstanding writing, photography and design to the classroom.
The Royal BC Museum invites your class to help transcribe these Great War collections.
The Library and Archives’ Virtual Gramophone database contains images and information for over 15,000 Canadian recordings, including “In Flanders Fields” in song.
“I wouldn’t have changed a thing,” said Wyatt “this was their first chance to identify as Canadian, and they were beaming with pride.”
Maps are interactive tools that can help teach Canadian history. Whether it is the HBC trade routes or where Canadians defended during the War of 1812. Maps provide a visual for students and allow them to interact with Canadian history.
During this 10-day tour, participants visit Vimy Ridge, Beaumont-Hamel, Dieppe, the Juno Beach Centre, the D-Day landing beaches and various other sites in Normandy.
Jul 28, 2015
Winnipeg Free Press: Canada’s first legion closed amid financial troubles
Jul 26, 2015
The Globe and Mail: Larry LeBlanc, making the Canadian Music Hall of Fame happen
Jul 23, 2015
The Globe and Mail: Uncertain future for West Vancouver ‘work of art’
Aug 05, 2015
2015 Toronto History Lecture
Sep 01, 2015
Call for Papers: The North and the First World War Conference
Oct 01, 2015
Call for Papers: Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries
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