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There were few Black immigrants to Canada's West before the beginning of the 20th century, when a sudden inflow (mostly from Oklahoma) provoked a public and official backlash.
Collection: ON THE ROAD NORTH - Black Canada and Journey to Freedom
Creator: The Parks Canada Agency
For more than 150 years, palaeontologists in Canada have been pasting together the pieces of this last chapter of the age of dinosaurs.
Collection: Uncrating the Cretaceous
Creator: CHIN
Description of weapons used by Canadian forces in the Second World War.
Collection: Canadian Remembrances: War on Land - Mobilization
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Description of the international journeys of four ambassadors of the Iroquois Confederacy in the 18th Century.
Collection: Four Kings and One Queen
Creator: Portrait Gallery of Canada
A global citizen recognizes that individual responsibility traverses borders. Learn about the active citizenship role Linh Nguyen takes on both locally and globally.
Collection: Seven Stories
Creator: Glenbow-Alberta Institute
Description of the equipment used by Canadian forces during the Second World War.
Collection: Canadian Remembrances: War on Land - Mobilization
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Collection: Canadian Confederation
Creator: Library and Archives Canada
Examples of the importance of drawing in creating composition and art ideas.
Collection: Silkscreen Compendium - Vaughan Grayson: A Woman Artist in the Canadian Rockies
Creator: Moose Jaw Art Museum Incorporated/Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
The provision of human rights is integral to quality of life. Ming Siu was persecuted in Vietnam because of his Chinese ethnicity.
Collection: Seven Stories
Creator: Glenbow-Alberta Institute
Identity shapes our understanding of citizenship. Ngam Cham’s cultural experiences and spirituality influence his participation as a citizen and how he contributes to a collective worldview.
Collection: Seven Stories
Creator: Glenbow-Alberta Institute
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