School Stuff: Canada
Check out these Web sites picked by Library Staff to help you with your homework assignments.
Lots of information about Canada
Lots of links to explore, including history and geography links.
Canada's provinces and territories
Click on a province or territory.
Explore Canadian communities, with a brief look at history, daily life and culture. Choose from an alphabetical list that begins with Acadians and finishes with Wendat (Huron).
Confederation for Kids
Follow the directions on the page for information on 'Provinces' and 'People'.
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Learn about foreign policy, human rights, culture, education, travel and law. (Gr.6+)
Federal, Provincial and Municipal government
Information on the three levels of Government.
Government in Ontario
Useful information on the three levels of government.
Government of Nunavut
A history and chronology of the territory and information about its flag and coat of arms.
How Canadians govern themselves (1)
A look at the Canadian system of government, written by Senator Eugene Forsey.
How Canadians govern themselves (2)
Follow a bill, find out what happens in a typical session, and see if you could be a prime minister!
Prime Ministers of Canada
Entitled "First among Equals", this site gives biographies of Prime Ministers. Scroll down to the "Children's Site" and click on "Facts".
Symbols of Canada
Find information on the Arms of Canada, the National Flag, the beaver, the maple tree and the maple leaf.
Try and escape along this interactive Undergound Railroad. A National Geographic site.