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Black History Canada
With content development by members of the Historica Foundation, the group that maintains the Canadian Encyclopedia Online, Black History Canada, available in English or French, contains an overview o...
Journeys and Transformations: British Columbia Landscapes
A Virtual Museum of Canada Web site produced by the Royal British Columbia Museum that portrays five different environments in British Columbia: mountains, forests, grasslands, waters, and cities with...
Utilizing documentary information presented in the various Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canada History Web sites, Mystery Quests provides another approach to utilizing the wealth of historical resource...
Created by the Vancouver Art Gallery for the Virtual Museum of Canada, this Web site may be the largest and most comprehensive on the artist Emily Carr (1871-1945). You will find a searchable database...
Working Lives: A Musical History of Labour and Enterprise in British Columbia
From the To the Teacher section: "Working Lives is an integrated, cross-curricular, multi-level resource package with materials focusing on the economic history of B.C. during the province?s ﬁr...
The Historica Foundation, along with its partners, funds or sponsors Canadian history educational programs such as the annual Heritage Fair. Community grants enable local historical resources to be di...
Vancouver Island Regional Heritage Fair
The 2002 Vancouver Island Regional Heritage Fair, for grade 4 to 9 students, was held on May 10 at Craigflower School, Victoria.
The Amazing Time Machine
Produced under contract to Industry Canada's Canada's Digital Collections program (formerly known as SchoolNet), the Amazing Time Machine at the British Columbia Archives features a series of K-12 edu...
Canada's Digital Collections
Canada's Digital Collections was one of the largest sources of Canadian content on the Internet. More than 600 collections were available and created under the Government of Canada's Youth Employment ...
Crofton House School Archives
Crofton House School in Vancouver is a private (independent) school for girls. Use of the archives by non-staff requires approval of the Head of School.
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