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(Note that Canada Day is July 1st of each year)

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites To Learn About Canada (I know there are a lot more out there, so please make suggestions!):

Sean Banville has created a Canada Day lesson for English Language Learners.

Learn a bit about Canada’s geography by playing these games.

Learn about the creation myth of the Inuit people.

Zoom School Canada has a lot of accessible information.

A Journey Into Time Immemorial is an impressive interactive feature focused on the First People’s of Canada.

National Geographic has some Canada Facts.

National Geographic also has a feature on Vancouver.

You can watch several videos about Canada at Discovery Atlas. (you have to click on Canada).

Learn English Feel Good has a cloze exercise on Canada’s National Holiday.

Canada Day – in pictures is from The Guardian.

STF Library recommends First Peoples Of Canada.

Canada’s Nation Builders is a neat interactive.

Tragedies and Triumphs: Canadians Tell Their Family Histories is from The NY Times.


Why Canada Day Is Not the Same as Canadian Independence Day is from TIME.

Canadian Geographic has unveiled a very impressive interactive called Indigenous Cultural Heritage.

It uses Google Earth (and you don’t need to have it downloaded) to explore the different indigenous peoples of Canada.

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