The Trapper's Bride by Alfred Jacob Miller - 1837. In the 18th and 19th centuries, many British and French-Canadian fur traders married First Nations and Inuit women, mainly First Nations Cree, Ojibwa, or Saulteaux. The majority of these fur traders were Scottish, French and Catholic. Therefore, their children, the Métis, were exposed to both the Catholic and indigenous belief systems, thus creating a new distinct aboriginal people in North America.
Discovering Canadian Pioneers
Trillium Listed! Discovering Canadian Pioneers gives an overview of what life was like for a typical pioneer family in Upper Canada. French version Je Decouvre les Pionniers du Canada available. Please contact Cheneliere Education (www.cheneliere.ca) for details.
July 1st 1867: Canada's National Sovereignty: America's Plan to Annex and Invade Canada - Global Research
In the late 1920s, Washington formulated a top secret plan to invade Canada, entitled “Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan — Red”. The plan was approved by the US War Department under the presidency of Herbert Hoover in 1930.
The War of 1812 Canadian Edition
This is a video I made for my grade 11 Social Studies class. I do not own any of the pictures or music in this video. The song is "The War of 1812" by Three ...