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Chasing Freedom, is a historical fiction that chronicles the journey of a young slave, Sarah, as she starts a new life in Birchtown, Nova Scotia, after the Revolutionary War.
The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) has videos, photos, games, and programs, so teachers and students can learn more about Canada's development work.
Your regional or provincial council for international cooperation is a great resource for teaching your students about development.
Watch four videos of exemplary teaching experiences using historical thinking in the classroom.
For Valour: Canadian Airmen and the Victoria Cross.
Going beyond the technology to use Glogster in the history classroom.
Visualize Canadian history with these interactive maps from the Historical Atlas of Canada's Online Learning Project.
There are lots of great organizations and resources to help teach about international development. Here is our Top 10 list to help you get started.
JapaneseCanadianHistory.net offers historical content and educational resources for teaching about Japanese internment in Canada.
This great collection of Canadian war posters will illuminate your history lesson.
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
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Jul 01, 2013
Billings Estate National Historic Site
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