FREE Timeline of New Brunswick History

Timeline of New Brunswick History

Rich in both natural resources and history, New Brunswick draws visitors from around the world. This home of Sara Emma Evelyn Edmonds, Andrew Bonar Law, Romeo LeBlanc, Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, Wallace Rupert Turnbull, and Peter Mitchell was one of the four original provinces of the Dominion of Canada. Enjoy this free 7-page Canadian history printable and create […]

FREE Timeline of Nova Scotia History

FREE Timeline of Nova Scotia History

Almost entirely surrounded by the sea, Nova Scotia is a haven for beach-loving tourists who come for the moderate temperatures, canoeing, sailing, hiking and whale watching. This home of George Dixon, Charles Fenerty, Abraham Gesner, Sue Holloway, Aileen Meagher, and Joshua Slocum also hosts many festivals each year focused on remembering its heritage. Enjoy this free 7-page […]

FREE Timeline of Ontario History

Timeline of Ontario History

Ontario was one of the four original provinces of the Dominion of Canada, and is one of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces. The industries in the “Manufacturing Heartland of Canada” produce a large portion of the manufactured goods for the entire nation. Discover the home of Sir Frederick Banting, William “Billy” Bishop, Roberta Bondar, Frank Gehry, Wayne Gretzky, […]

FREE Timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador History

Timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador History

Newfoundland and Labrador is the newest province in Canada and is one of the most sparsely populated. Most of the people in Newfoundland and Labrador live in small fishing settlements known as outports along the coast. Fantastic scenery, community festivals, and the many museums and historic sites, make this province a treasure for tourists. Discover the […]

FREE Timeline of Quebec History

Timeline of Quebec History

Quebec was one of the four original provinces of the Dominion of Canada, and is the largest province of Canada. The first permanent European settlement in Canada was in Quebec, along the St. Lawrence River. There are many attractions in Quebec for tourists, including historical and art museums, along with outdoor attractions such as hiking, […]

FREE Timeline of Manitoba History

Timeline of Manitoba History

Manitoba is one of the three Prairie Provinces of the Dominion of Canada, and is located halfway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Manitoba is famous for its natural resources, which include nickel and zinc. It also has many forests, rivers, and lakes, which make it a popular place for tourists to visit. […]

FREE Timeline of Northwest Territories History

Timeline of Northwest Territories History

Northwest Territories lies in the far north of the Dominion of Canada and includes islands in the Arctic Ocean. It is an important source of natural resources, including diamonds and petroleum, and is also home to the largest remaining herd of buffalo in Canada. Two of the many famous people born in the Northwest Territories […]

FREE Timeline of British Columbia History

FREE Timeline of British Columbia History

British Columbia is the third-largest province of the Dominion of Canada and the only province that lies on the Pacific Ocean. It includes an island group about sixty miles from the mainland and Vancouver Island, where British Columbia’s capital is located. Discover the home of Glenn Anderson, William Richard Benett, Iona Campagnolo, Kim Campbell, Raymond […]

FREE Timeline of Prince Edward Island History

FREE Timeline of Prince Edward Island History Printable

Prince Edward Island became the seventh province of the Dominion of Canada and is the only province that is completely separate from the mainland of North America. Although the island is small, the hardworking people have developed an economy built on agriculture, aquaculture, food processing, aerospace, bioscience, and many other industries. Explore the home of George […]

FREE Timeline of Alberta History

FREE Timeline of Alberta History Printable

Alberta is the Prairie Province of the Dominion of Canada that is farthest to the west and is one of the most productive oil regions in North America. There are national parks, forts, missions, and trading posts that represent Alberta’s history, along with attractions such as skiing, hunting, and fishing that attract visitors from many […]