The Great Indian Nations... "Why isn't this taught in our schools?" Unfortunately, we all know the reason why, right?

An Overview Map of North and Middle America Indian Nations . (The National Geographic has also produced a detailed North American Indian Cultures maps.

(This may be a hiking trail, but a jeep trip this far up would be killer) Bruce Trail Map, Ontario, Canada

Canada's Epic Hiking Trail You've Probably Never Heard Of

Canada's Epic Hiking Trail You've Probably Never Heard Of - Justin Plus Lauren (This may be a hiking trail, but a jeep trip this far up would be killer) Bruce Trail Map, Ontario, Canada

Flowers, Their Meanings, And Which Ones NOT To Give Your Valentine

Flowers, Their Meanings, And Which Ones NOT To Give Your Valentine

Image Detail for - SNap(R) Traditions & Cultures: Flowers And Their Meanings. For Juniors Flower badge.

The Trans Canada Trail is the longest recreational trail in the world covering all 10 provinces and 3 territories. It visits the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans along its route.

The Trans Canada Path. Discover more by checking out the photo

Vintage Animal Identification Page, Canadian Animals Book Plate, Black and White Some Animals of Canada via amykristineprints on Etsy.

Vintage Animal Identification Page, Canadian Animals Book Plate, Black and White Some Animals of Canada. I'll have to look for something similar at Aquila Books in Calgary.

http://needlesnknowledge.blogspot.com/2013/09/autumn-leaf-foundation-pieced-block.html

Needles 'n' Knowledge: Autumn Leaf Foundation Pieced Block Tutorial (silhouette)

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Proud to be Canadian Quilt

Proud to be Canadian, customer quilt. The were appliqued using Ultra suede which looks amazing on this quilt.

Canada Act Passed Mar 8, 1982 - The British House of Commons passed the Canada Act of 1982. It was adopted by the House of Lords on March 25. The Act ended British legislative jurisdiction over Canada. Queen Elizabeth II signed the proclamation in Ottawa on April 17.

Canada Act Passed Mar 1982 - The British House of Commons passed the Canada Act of It was adopted by the House of Lords on March The Act ended British legislative jurisdiction over Canada. Queen Elizabeth II signed the proclamation in Ottawa on April

Canadian Territory - Northwest Territory coloring page Helpful for memory work with Claritas Classical Academy Cycle 3 Geography http://claritasclassicalacademy.com/Curriculum.html

Canadian Territory - Northwest Territory coloring page

Canada Centennial 1967 logo (top), Canada 150 logo (bottom left) and 2017 Ottawa logo (bottom right)

Canada's new 150 logo strikingly similar to past designs

The similarities between Canada’s new birthday logo and the City of Ottawa’s 2017 logo are striking. And both owe a design debt to Stuart Ash’s iconic centennial logo.

Saskatchewan (SK) - Flower: In Sask, the orange-red lily (Lilium philadelphicum L. var. Andinum), also known as the prairie lily, was officially adopted in 1941. The suggestion was made by the Saskatchewan Natural History Society. In 1945 the prairie chicken, or sharp-tailed grouse, was declared a provincial emblem. The association of animal emblems, with other provinces (e.g., the bison or buffalo in Manitoba) is usually the result of these animals appearing on the provincial coat of arms.

Saskatchewan Western Red Lily (Lillium philadelphicum) Saskatchewan selected the Western red lily as its floral emblem in This tall, bright red flower grows in meadows and light forests.

Canadian provinces activities

White Trillium with labels

Canadian provinces activities

Canadian provinces activities

Canadian provinces activities

Snowy Owl with labels

Canadian provinces activities

Canadian provinces activities

Top agricultural commodities by Canadian province and territory.

Top Canadian Agricultural Products by Province and Terrtory

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