Map of Canada 1867  Brief Canadian History 1867-1899

Map of Canada Confederation. British colonies in North America are united under the British North American Act to become the Dominion of Canada. The Act, drafted by John A. Macdonald and signed on May became effective on July

Elsie MacGill was the first woman to receive an electrical engineering degree in Canada and the first woman aircraft designer in the world. During World War II, Elsie MacGill oversaw the design and production of 1450 Hawker Hurricane airplanes in Canada, earning her the nickname "Queen of the Hurricanes." Elsie MacGill was also active in women's rights issues

Canadian Government and Politics

This is a mis-quote. The general actually said, "All of the good indians I saw were dead." Such a sad unforgivable history.

The American Indian Holocaust, known as the year war" and the "World's Longest Holocaust In The History Of Mankind And Loss Of Human Lives." Genocide and Denying It: Why We Are Not Taught that.

What Years The Provinces and Territories of Canada Joined Canada - an easy activity.

Hands-On Canadian History: When the Provinces and Territories Joined Canada

The provinces and territories of Canada have changed since Here's a fun way to learn when each province or territory became part of this country.

Living Books for Canadian History. Can browse by subject. It also show the age appropriateness of each book

Canadian History Through Living Books

Learn about Canadian history through living books - fictional novels that bring history to life! Here is a chronological list of recommended stories.

Map of Major Fur Trade Routes (Canadian)

The Hudson Bay Company was granted the right to the furs that could be trapped in the drainage basin of the Hudson Bay, Map of Major Fur Trade Routes (Canadian)

Canadian soldier.

Canadian soldier with a Natural Ability to Improvise, Adapt and Survive.

The Wildly Depressing History of Canadian Residential Schools | VICE Canada

The Wildly Depressing History of Canadian Residential Schools

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLSA history of residential schools in Canada    CBC News: Stolen Children June 8-21, 2008

A history of residential schools in Canada

Laura (Ingersoll) Secord, Canadian heroine of the War of 1812. She's famous for her twenty mile walk through enemy lines to warn the British command of a pending American attack.

Laura Secord (September 1775 - October was a Canadian heroine of the War of She is known for warning British forces of an impending American attack that led to the British victory at the Battle of Beaver Dams.

Unit 2 The First World War of 1914–1918 was the bloodiest conflict in Canadian history, taking the lives of nearly 61,000 Canadians. It erased romantic notions of war, introducing slaughter on a massive scale, and instilled a fear of foreign military involvement that would last until the Second World War. The great achievements of Canadian soldiers on battlefields such as Ypres, Vimy and Passchendaele, however, ignited a sense of national pride and a confidence that Canada could stand on…

Canadian World War II Posters Gallery