Yukon is located in the far north between Alaska and the Northwest Territories. It's an important source of natural resources, which include coal, copper, gold, silver, zinc, and others. It also has forests that cover much of the land. Many tourists travel through Yukon on the Alaska Highway. They 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!
FREE Timeline of Saskatchewan History
Dive into the history of Saskatchewan, one of the Prairie Provinces of the Dominion of Canada, and the only province in Canada whose boundaries are not formed by natural features. It is known as Canada’s Breadbasket, has more farmland than any other province, and is a major wheat-growing area of Read More
FREE Timeline of Nunavut History
Nunavut is the newest territory of Canada. It is located in the far north and is considered to be part of the Arctic region. Nunavut makes up about one-fifth of the land area of Canada and is an important source of natural resources including diamonds, copper, gold, silver, and uranium. Read More