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Canada’s an awfully big place. But since long before it was even a country right up to today, people have used all kinds of smart things to figure out where they’re going and how to get there.
This year’s vote may be over but you can still watch over 1,000 Young Citizens’ videos.
We’re so used to getting good, fast forecasts that we forget that wasn’t always true. In this issue, we explore some of the ways we’ve tried to figure out what weather to expect.
All over Canada people are rethinking the people and events we commemorate (remember). Statues fall, schools and streets are renamed. How do we decide? And what do you think?
For hundreds of years, newspapers were about the only way people could learn what was happening outside their own area. Meet the people and papers that helped shape Canada from its earliest days to 1920.
Forts. Tipis. Maple syrup. Birch bark canoes. Log cabins. Wagons. (And yes, magazines.) Trees are a big part of the story of Canada.
Here are the top entries for the 2021 Kayak Kids' Illustrated History Challenge.
Stories of Canadian history are brought to life through the writing and images of this year’s winners.
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COVID-19 forces adaptation and innovation for Canadian students.
In this web chat, the 2018 Young Citizens share their tips, tricks, and advice for creating a winning Heritage Fair project.
Celebrating ten years of building a national community of young storytellers
The Young Citizens program encourages inquiry and historical thinking, and provides students with the opportunity to engage with museums, historic sites, historians, and family members.