Make your own reports of what products Canada Imports/Exports with any country in the world.
Country/market information available for most countires that Canada trades with.
A web site for Grade 3 students, learn about how pioneers arrived here, how they settled the land and how they lived. (Information available in English and French.)
Homesteading in Western Canada.
Tour the buildings and discover life in the 1860s.
Maps, photographs and information about the growing list of heritage and historic rivers of Canada. (Information available in English and French).
Quick maps available for all the provinces and territories (available for colour or outline maps).
History and biographies of Canadians of African descent.
Take a walk through Canada’s history, or learn how to make a birch bark canoe from our First Nations, or face the hardships of Vietnamese boat people; all this is from our national museum. (Information available in English and French)
For First Nations across North America, which includes Canada, look at the materials summarized by Lee Saltzman.
See an example of a Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) village and longhouses from the Royal Ontario Museum.
What places in Canada are named have First Nations’ names? Find out here, as well as profiles of famous Canadians, history and quick facts about First Nations in Canada. (Available in English and French.)
Learn about traditional First Nations games and sports, and try your hand at some online games (these require the Flash plug-in).
Learn about how Native Peoples used wood, clay and plants in their daily lives. A detailed profile of life in the Eastern Woodlands is also included.
Kayaks, umiaks, bark canoes and dugouts. Learn about the different types of canoes used by Native Peoples in Canada. (Information available in English and French)
Selected biographies of early Canadian leaders (pre-Confederation) and Fathers of Confederation. Choose Biographies from the bottom menu. This site also includes historical documents, maps of early Canada and activities. (Information available in English and French).
Find information about the current Prime Minister and the Government of Canada. Play games in the Kids Zone and Youth sections. Follow the links from the main page. (Information available in English and French).
Biographical profiles and information the office of the Prime Minister. (Information available in English and French.)
Online edition of the book on the Government of Canada by Senator Eugene Forsey. (Information available in English and French.)
More information on the three levels of government, from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario.