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The McMichael Canadian Art Collection presents five artists from its permanent holdings: Emily Carr, Lawren S. Harris, Kenojuak Ashevak, Norval Morrisseau, and Jane Ash Poitras.
Creator: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Using archaeology to explore the role that markets play in communities, with a specific focus on the history of Kingston Ontario's Heritage Market Square.
Creator: Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation
Movie clips, introductory texts, documented cartoons and lesson plans related to the Canadian federation for the Quebec secondary level History and Citizenship Education course
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History
The Art Gallery of Hamilton's learning object package for grade 9 and 10 students encourages confident understanding of a variety of artistic approaches.
Creator: Art Gallery of Hamilton
These lesson plans will engage students in meaningful discussions about maps and the wide varieties of information they display.
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Under the leadership of Premier Louis J. Robichaud, New Brunswick became the first and only bilingual province in Canada.
Creator: Heritage Branch Province of New Brunswick
Documents, artwork, photographs and other artefacts illustrate the rise of mass education over a 100-year period, from Ryerson’s appointment as Upper Canada’s Chief Superintendent of Schools in 1844.
Creator: Toronto District School Board (TDSB)
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been referred to as the Magna Carta of Mankind. Many New Brunswickers have been instrumental in the movement for human rights.
Creator: Heritage Branch Province of New Brunswick
5 Canadian case studies and class activities reveal the importance of design in the global economy. Subjects include sustainability, natural disaster, international trade, branding and communication.
Creator: Design Exchange
The learning objects in Feeding the Frontier – Food in Early Canada, explore the cultural experiences of European pioneers and lumberjacks in terms of food and nutrition.
Creator: Davenport Centre - Heritage Hall
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