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From books to films and comics to games — a list of resources to help excite and inform your students about 1812.
An invaluable collection of memoirs and diaries from Canadian immigrants who survived the Holocaust, made available for free online and in print by the Azrieli Foundation.
A WEB 2.0 animation in your classroom via a videoconference, directly from Martello Tower 2.
ArtsAlive.ca is an engaging educational website produced by the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and dedicated to teaching students all about the performing arts in Canada.
The Archives of Ontario is sharing a remarkable diary from the War of 1812 — 140 characters at a time.
Bring museums into the class and explore the "stuff" of history with this database of 1812 artifacts.
This virtual exhibit from the Archives of Ontario uses fascinating documents from their collection to tell the history around the War of 1812.
Teach about the War of 1812 with the help of six heroes of the conflict.
In 1998, Brian McKenna directed a four part series about the War of 1812 for the National Film Board. Watch previews of the episodes and find out how you can order a copy for your classroom.
This new digital archive showcases the fascinating work of Mabel “MB” Williams, a female civil servant who was instrumental in the development of Canada’s national parks system in the early 20th century.
Jun 11, 2013
The Globe and Mail: Dilapidated, ‘spooky’ Toronto landmark is getting a $50-million facelift
Jun 11, 2013
The Globe and Mail: Ottawa boosts funding for Canadian history programs
May 03, 2013
Canada’s History: Waterloo history conference tackles digital issues
Jun 20, 2013
Remembering the War: Candy, Cows & Commemorating Laura Secord
Jun 23, 2013
Antique & Craft Market
Jul 01, 2013
Billings Estate National Historic Site
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