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 Read More
Canadian History Timeline Resources
Explore Canada from Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia with this FREE timelines and worksheets series. Students can explore each of the provinces and territories of Canada by creating a timeline of key historic events, creating a map of the province or territory, and answering writing prompts. It's an easy, no-prep way to discover some of Canada's amazing 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 Read More
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, Read More
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 Read More
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, Read More