(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.
Zoom School Canada has a lot of accessible information.
National Geographic has some Canada Facts.
National Geographic also has a feature on Vancouver.
Learn English Feel Good has a cloze exercise on Canada’s National Holiday.
Canada Day – in pictures is from The Guardian.
Canada’s Nation Builders is an interactive.
Tragedies and Triumphs: Canadians Tell Their Family Histories is from The NY Times.
Opinion: Most Canadians are observing the nation’s 150th anniversary. But many First Nations people are in mourning. https://t.co/2vkHWLWL9H
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 1, 2017
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.
Canada Day is celebrated on July 1. But after the discovery of hundreds of bodies in unmarked graves at former schools for Indigenous children, communities are pressuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to call off national celebrations. https://t.co/BTv29vIyiZ
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 28, 2021
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