I truly believe that Canada is the best country in the world. No matter what I do in the next five go ten years I will always have my home in Canada.

On February the red maple leaf flag was inaugurated as the National Flag of Canada. The maple leaf is a national symbol found on our currency, military insignia & sports teams' uniforms.

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All about Canada!

This completely editable booklet has 8 pages of Canadian symbols and facts for primary students. Each page has images to colour and simple, fill in the blank sentences to learn about Canadian symbols (answer keys provided).Some symbols included are:-Canad

This adorable colouring page was lovingly created by our illustrator, Micheline Ryckman. Celebrate Canada day with your kids this weekend by printing off this new free colouring page! Head on out t...

This adorable colouring page was lovingly created by our illustrator, Micheline Ryckman. Celebrate Canada day with your kids this weekend by printing off this new free colouring page!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Book-About-Canada-FREE-8-page-Symbols-of-Canada-Booklet-1683107

All about Canada!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Book-About-Canada-FREE-8-page-Symbols-of-Canada-Booklet-1683107

Canadian Symbol or Not?

Canadian Symbol or Not? worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Descriptions of working and living conditions of Chinese railroad workers building the CPR

Canadian Steel, Chinese Grit (Excerpt) - Chinese Labour in Constructing the Canadian Pacific Railway

The history of Chinese Canadians began with hard work, commitment and perseverance of the early settlers most of whom originated from Guangdong and Fujian, two coastal provinces of China. The majority of the early settlers were uneducated, unskilled and unmarried men (farmers and laborers). Women did not emigrate at first mostly due to historical tradition and social norms that expected women to be the caretakers of family and ancestral roots. Although Canada was a prosperous country, the…

The history of Chinese Canadians began with hard work, commitment and perseverance of the early settlers most of whom originated from Guangdong and Fujian, two coastal provinces of China. The majority of the early settlers were uneducated, unskilled and unmarried men (farmers and laborers). Women did not emigrate at first mostly due to historical tradition and social norms that expected women to be the caretakers of family and ancestral roots. Although Canada was a prosperous country, the…

Canada 150 logo. (supplied by Department of Canadian Heritage)

Controversial Canada 150 logo-design contest won by University of Waterloo student

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