25 Fun Facts about Canada Infographic

These are a few fun facts about Canada. Canada is a big country with the longest coastline. It is also one of the countries with the highest literacy rate. Find out more interesting facts about Canada in our infographics.

DIY Tabletop Ice Hockey Rink More

DIY Tabletop Ice Hockey Rink

Build your own tabletop ice hockey rink! We could talk about hockey during circle time and it would be cool if we could make a tiny hockey rink like this.

Paddling a canoe in Algonquin Park is the classic Canadian adventure.

Algonquin Park is the classic place for a Canadian adventure, canoeing. But, please, know the rules and regulations of the park

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Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. Perfect for Canada Day parties and bbq's.

How to Make Inukshuk-Inspired Treats for Canada Day

Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. These were served at the party Canadian Maple Cookies that was served at the party as sampled desserts/treats.

wandershare | Guides I already live in Canada however, I would love to get out of Qc. #travelguide

wandershare Guides I already live in Canada however, I would love to get out of Qc.

Captain Arthur Roy Brown, Canadian World War I flying ace of the British RAF, was officially credited with shooting down Manfred von Richthofen, the "Red Baron." April 20,1918.

Roy Brown, Canadian WWI flying ace credited by the RAF with shooting down Manfred von Richtofen on April though it is now believed the Red Baron may have been taken down by an Australian infantryman. Never lost a pilot in his flight during combat.

Mohawk Nation - The Mohawk Indian tribe was one of the original members of the Iroquois Confederation, or Kanonsionni in their own language "people of the longhouse." Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Iroquois Tribe: Portrait of Hodjiage De (Fish Carrier) called Hewnry Fishcarrier in native dress

Canadian Indian Tribes and Languages: First Nations by Province

Canadian Indian Tribes and Languages: First Nations by Province - this site links to all sorts of resources!

National Flag of Canada Day: A look at the forgotten runners-up to the beloved Maple Leaf

Arthur Currie was the leader of all 4 divisions of the unified Canadian Corps, and was the first general of the Canadian military.  His successes came at the Second Battle of Ypres, the Battle of Vimy Ridge, neutralizing the City of Lens in the Hill 70 battle, overcame horrendous trench warfare in Passchendaele, and launched a successful attack during the Hundred Days Offensive.  He was knighted after the Great War ended, and won a multitude of medals afterward.

Arthur Currie - Canadian military commander during World War I. The first Canadian to attain the rank of full general. Considered to be among the most capable commanders of the Western Front. He was a school teacher and insurance company manager.

Feminist and politician Louise McKinney, along with Nellie McClung, Emily Murphy, Irene Parlby, and Henrietta Muir Edwards was one of the Famous Five, who fought for women's rights in Canada.    In 1917 McKinney was one of the first two women elected to the provincial legislature in Alberta, to a Canadian legislature and a legislature in the British Empire. As a law maker, McKinney fought for married women's property rights.

"Develop honour, justice and everything that is big." Louise McKinney - Alberta's Famous Five

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