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Over a million ounces of gold have been produced in Nova Scotia since mining began in the 1860s.
Collection: Gold in Nova Scotia
Creator: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
In 1982, Canada achieved nationhood by bringing the Constitution home from England.
Collection: Shaping Canada: Our Voices and Stories
Creator: Royal Ontario Museum
Students interview each other and create full-length portraits from their interview notes.
Collection: Four Kings and One Queen
Creator: Portrait Gallery of Canada
Learn about the social housing situation in Vancouver, focusing specifically on the Balmoral. Research and analyze B.C's social assistance provisions and how this relates to adequate housing.
Collection: The Visible City: Vancouver's Neon Stories
Creator: Museum of Vancouver
Virtual instruments from Francophonie that can be played online, with a computer mouse
Collection: Music of the Francophonie: Activities and Glossary
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Portrait of Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row; Portrait of Etow Oh Koam; Portrait of Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row; Portrait of Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow. Each image includes painting and frame.
Collection: Four Kings and One Queen
Creator: Portrait Gallery of Canada
Form your own opinions after learning about the controversial redevelopment of the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, through analyzing two iconic venues and researching their contemporary settings.
Collection: The Visible City: Vancouver's Neon Stories
Creator: Museum of Vancouver
Following the Seven Years War, Quebec is under British rule. Famine, disease, immigration, refugees and displaced persons – these are the results of conquest and revolutionary war.
Collection: Shaping Canada: Our Voices and Stories
Creator: Royal Ontario Museum
Students are to match each quote to one of the images shown below – and then are encouraged to find other Carr works that could fit the quotes from the other reference sites listed.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Students are encouraged to take their favourite tools and venture outside to work ‘en plein air’ – to capture an appealing landscape in one sitting without overworking it.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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