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Les Inuits couvrent leurs pieds d’un assemblage de deux à cinq épaisseurs protectrices, en fonction de la température, du terrain et des activités effectuées.
Collection: On Canadian Ground: Kamiks of the Inuit
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
This activity focuses on the history of the banana as an imported product to North America which provides a framework to discuss and analyze multiple issues related to international trade.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
"To make kamiks, you need to know someone who hunts so you can get skins. Fall is a good time for skins." Sarah Ovatuatia Philip, 1996
Collection: On Canadian Ground: Kamiks of the Inuit
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
"Combinations of seal, caribou, and other skins produce footwear that is suited for many different weather conditions." Sally Qimmiuínaaq Webster, 1995
Collection: On Canadian Ground: Kamiks of the Inuit
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Winnipeg is the largest business centre for the grain trade in North America.
Collection: The Adventure Train - Canadian Train Game
Creator: CHIN
This activity allows the student to learn about the innovations in sports equipment over the last fifty years.
Collection: Embedded In Excellence
Creator: Canada's Sports Hall of Fame
The Fuel of the Future: Can you imagine gassing up your car with a fuel that doesn’t pollute?
Collection: Massive Change: Addressing Global Issues with Innovative Design
Creator: CHIN
Every day, thousands of people enter Canada for the first time across our borders and through our airports. This activity involves developing a survival guide for newcomers.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
This case study looks at the work of Canadian furniture designer Patty Johnson in Guyana. She offers an alternative approach to creating sustainable and autonomous economies in the developing world.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
How can one logo capture an entire country? This case study looks at the development of the logo for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
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