Canada's government offers amazing resources for teachers
and students alike. See the "More Services" section to connect to Canadian history, identity, culture, geography and more.
Explore many lesson plans and data for K-12 and post-secondary students and educators.
This online publication is hosted at the University of Manitoba, produced by volunteers,
and targeted to educators/librarians with reviews of books and other materials that are authored,
illustrated and/or published by for children and adolescents.
Students will be drawn into Canadian history and
archival research through the enticement of solving
real "cold crimes"! Fabulous pedagogy lies behind
the online material and teacher resources. You'll
quickly see why it has won several education and
The CCBC is dedicated to encouraging, promoting and supporting the reading, writing, illustrating,
and publishing of Canadian books for young readers with resources to help educators.
Here's a personal page that offers downloadable
Canada graphics that can be useful for the classroom
as well as a variety of information about Canada.
This site is devoted to enhancing awareness of Canadian history and citizenship.
Home of Heritage Minutes, a collection of more than 70 video vignettes that recreate events of great importance,
accomplishment and bravery in Canada's history. Also home to The Canadian Encyclopedia,
a free online resource that offers the largest collection of continuously updated articles focused on Canada and Canadiana.
Don't miss the "Education" section.
This site offers brief QuickTime videos to
promote tourism and information about national
parks throughout Canada.
Canadiana.org is a coalition of members who provide access to Canada's documentary heritage.
The collections include: Early Canadiana Online; The Héritage Project (some of Canada's most popular archival collections);
and the Canadiana Discovery Portal for access to diverse digital collections from many of Canada's libraries, museums and archives.
Carefully screened connections to quality websites
about Canada are offered that also give a glimpse
into how Canadians teach about themselves.