Your Guide to the Ultimate Burns Night [Infographic] | Distillery Trail
This Burns Night "How To" infographic is your guide to what to eat, drink, and how to celebrate along with fun facts to break out at your Burns Night party.
National Tartan Day
If you've got Scottish roots, or you're a self-proclaimed Scot-o-phile, then today's the day to celebrate! April 6 is the 15th-annual National Tartan Day, when the over 11 million people of Scottish and Irish heritage within the United States are celebrated for their contributions to the country. This date was chosen to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath on April 6 in 1320, which asserted Scotland's sovereignty over English territorial claims.
National Flag of Canada Day: A look at the forgotten runners-up to the beloved Maple Leaf
Fearing that Canada would soon by symbolized by a hated three-leaf banner favoured by PM Lester Pearson, citizens across the country submitted their own flag…
Downloadable maple leaf template for your Canada Day crafts | Canadian Living
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ICONS of the corner store......
Smith's Confectionery, on the corner of Franklin and Donald Streets in Fort William(now Thunder Bay, Ontario) was very close to where I...
Canada Vignettes: Log Driver's Waltz
This lighthearted, animated short is based on the song "The Log Driver's Waltz" by Wade Hemsworth. Easily one of the most often-requested films in the NFB collection, Kate and Anna McGarrigle sing along to the tale of a young girl who loves to dance and chooses to marry a log driver over his more well-to-do competitor. Driving logs down the river has made the young man the best dancing partner to be found.
Coats of arms of Canadian Provinces - vector clipart, vector images
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All about Canada!
I'm in the middle of my "Symbols of Canada" unit with my Grade 1's. It has been a learning experience for me, as I haven't taught Grade 1 since I was a student teacher, but it has been really fun! I'm enjoying bringing in resources for my kids all about Canada and British Columbia. Last week, I showed them "O Canada" from Ted Harrison, a Canadian painter who recently passed away. I love Harrison's paintings. They are full of colour and his style is so distinctive. As a class, we discussed…
As Canada turns 151, let's look back at its baby pictures from 1867 | CBC News
As the bells rang out at noon on July 1, 1867, Canada was introduced for the first time as a fresh-faced nation of four provinces and 3,463,000 people.