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Marketing experts know that when Canadians go shopping, they look for reflections of themselves in what they buy. Can advertising make a car Canadian?
Collection: In Search of the Canadian Car
Creator: Canada Science and Technology Museum
The traditions surrounding food and feasts during the Christmas Season.
Collection: Christmas: Family Celebrations in France and Canada
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
McCord Museum of Canadian History, Montreal and its historical collections, with special reference to its Iroquois bead collection and the history of this artform
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: McCord Museum of Canadian History, Montreal, Canada
Creator: CHIN
The Whalers and trade with the Natives
Collection: The Bishop Who Ate His Boots
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The Seven Years War began in 1756 and was the first world armed conflict. See the history of this conflict from the perspectives of the French, the British, the Canadians and the Amerindians.
Collection: 1759: From the Warpath to the Plains of Abraham
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Description of the new generation of artists carrying on the tradition of Iroquois beading, and examples of their work
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: McCord Museum of Canadian History, Montreal, Canada
Creator: CHIN
Samples of Iroquios bead collection from McCord Museum of Canadian History
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: McCord Museum of Canadian History, Montreal, Canada
Creator: CHIN
Christmas is personified in numerous and sometimes ambivalent ways because of the overlapping beliefs in different countries.
Collection: Christmas: Social Customs in France and Canada
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Nativity plays are crèches set up and presented in public and are called, depending on the kind, the period or the region: public, talking, pastoral or Besançon crèches.
Collection: Christmas: Social Customs in France and Canada
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Living in constant fear and practically in hiding until the end of the 18th century. The boundaries of the village and of the church parish marked the limits of know territory for most people.
Collection: Acadia : The Landscape and Villages of our Ancestors
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
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