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British Home Children were impoverish youngsters between infancy and 18 years of age who were sent to British Colonies by philanthropic groups. British Home Children were sent to Canada between the and the . An overview of the British Home Children World History, Family History, History Class, Immigration Au Canada, Orphan Train, British Home, Canadian History, History Facts, Supernatural

British Home Children

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In the early Frederick Banting and Charles Best discovered insulin the University of Toronto. With the help of James Collip insulin was purified, making it available for the successful treatment of diabetes. Banting and Macleod earned a Nobel Prize in Prevent Diabetes, University Of Western Ontario, University Of Toronto, Newcastle Diet, Frederick Banting, Diabetes Tipo 1, Famous Pictures

The Discovery of Insulin

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Alberta's "Famous were petitioners in the groundbreaking Persons Case. Led by judge Emily Murphy, the group included Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. My Family History, Women In History, History Class, The Famous Five, Group Of Five, The Valiant, Canadian History, Canada

Famous Five

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Stamp commemorating the centenary of the Komagata Maru incident Royal Canadian Navy, Heritage Foundation, Canadian History, Heritage Month, Vintage Stamps, World Traveler, Water, Books, Fashion

Komagata Maru Incident - Canada Postage Stamp

Discover details about the following stamp from Canada: Komagata Maru Incident. This stamp was issued by the Canada postal administration in 2014.

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Residential Schools Archives -

The theme of International Museum Day varies every year; this year, the theme is Museums and Contested Histories: Saying the Unspeakable in Museums. The purpose of this theme is to “highlight how the acceptance of a contested history is the first step in envisioning a shared future under the banner of reconciliation.” Reconciliation is at […]

For William Ging Wee Dere, this faded green certificate — dated 96 years ago today — is a glimpse into his father's life in Canada and China. Green Certificate, My Father, Family History, Genealogy

My father's Chinese head tax certificate tells our family history | CBC Canada 2017

For William Ging Wee Dere, this faded green certificate — dated 96 years ago today — is a glimpse into his father's life in Canada and China.

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Contagion, Pandemics, and Humanity | Communication Arts

The content on this page was gathered and posted by students of the dramaturgy course associated with the departmental production of Unity 1918. The images on this page are not sourced from the University of Waterloo Library. "You might notice a dull headache. Your eyes might start to burn. You start to shiver and you will take to your bed, curling up in a ball. But no amount

Helen Armstrong was a fiery, benevolent 1919 Winnipeg General Strike leader, standing with men while championing the cause of women. New Democratic Party, University Of Manitoba, General Strike, Canadian History, Largest Countries, Red River, British Columbia, Canadian Horse

Winnipeg General Strike of 1919

History, politics, arts, science & more: the Canadian Encyclopedia is your reference on Canada. Articles, timelines & resources for teachers, students & public.

Source: Photograph Date: circa These people were operating the phones in Canada and were looking that everyone got connected with the right person. Hello Ladies, Say Hello, Telephone, The One, Canada, 1920s, Sayings, Lady, People

Canada Says Hello: The First Century of the Telephone