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  • The Barren Lands Digital Collection - Photographs, maps, and documents from two exploratory surveys conducted by J.B. Tyrrell of the region west of Hudson Bay.
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  • Canadian Confederation - Tells how Canada came to be, from the original four provinces in 1867 to the present. Historical essays showcase documents, articles and photographs.
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  • Canadian Geographical Names - Interactive and authoritative source of data with over 350,000 official and formerly official geographical names available in both English and French.
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  • Canadian Heritage Gallery - Collection of photographs, documents, illustrations, and maps highlighting Canadian history.
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  • Canadian History Portal - A guide to materials on Canadian history in digital format. Content is supervised by an expert editorial board.
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  • Canadian War Brides of World War Two - The history of the Canadian War Brides of World War Two; 48,000 British and European women who met and married Canadian servicemen overseas between 1940-1946 and who came to Canada to live at the end of the war.
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  • The Canadian West - The National Archives of Canada presents this virtual exhibition. A gateway to the large-scale digitization of selected holdings. Topics include the fur trade, scientific expeditions, aboriginal claims and urbanization.
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  • Catherine de Hueck Doherty - Pioneer of Catholic interracial and social justice, author, and foundress of the Madonna House Apostolate based in Combermere, Ontario.
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  • CBC Archives - Hundreds of radio and television clips from the archives of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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  • Crossing the Bar - An online exhibition on the history of women lawyers in Ontario.
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  • Diary of a Student and Teacher - A first hand account of the lifestyle of college students from 1900 to 1905; includes the first person experiences of a young school teacher in Saskatchewan.
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  • The Dominion Institute - Works to develop the shared memory and pride in the nation's accomplishments among Canadians, through educational programs, surveys and polls, and documentaries.
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  • Exploration, the Fur Trade and Hudson's Bay Company - All about the fur trade in Canada, and how it led to the exploration of Canada, as well as the formation of the oldest and largest company in Canadian history: Hudson's Bay Company.
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  • The Famous Five - A National Archives exhibit on the 1927-1929 "Persons Case" in which the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council declared women to be "persons".
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  • Fenians and Canada in 1860s - Describes Fenian plans in the 1860s to attain control of what is now Canada and hold it in ransom for the freedom of Ireland.
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  • Flickr: Canadian History - This site is dedicated to documenting the various historic sites of Canada.
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  • Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History - A collection of historical documents, photographs, maps and multimedia that enable users to investigate mysteries in Canadian history.
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  • Heroines.ca - A guide to women in Canadian history with biographies, quotes, and links to related resources for students, teachers and history buffs.
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  • Historic Hudson's Bay Heritage - Presents stories, information and photographs about the Hudson's Bay Company and Canada's early history.
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  • Historical Atlas of Canada Online Learning Project - Maps, graphs and text based on print volumes and redesigned for online, interactive viewing. Includes downloadable data in tabular form as well as printable map images.
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  • The History of Ontario's King's Highways - Historical and informational site, showing original highway routes from 1925-Date, old signs, and lots of old photographs. For convenience, highway mileage charts are listed.
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  • History of the British American Oil Company. - Traces history and development of this firm from creation in Toronto up to its takeover by Gulf Canada in 1969.
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  • History of the Northwest Coast - Significant events and history of the people of the northwest Canada from 1774 to present day. Includes journal entries from Captain Cook, fur traders, Indian prophets, and ethnographers.
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  • In Pursuit of Adventure: Fur Trade in Canada and the North West Company - A scholarly site illustrates and documents heroic age of fur trade. Examines exploits of the North West Company and other Montreal-based fur trading companies. Includes full texts of manuscripts known as the Masson Papers from 1790 -1820.
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  • National Historic Sites of Canada - A directory to National Historic sites in Canada, with links where available.
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  • New France New Horizons - Marking the 400th anniversary of the French presence in North America in 2004, France and Canada have created this portal to a virtual exhibition and a database containing more than one million images.
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  • The Nunavut voyages of Martin Frobisher - Frobisher's expeditions to Nunavut in the Arctic are described as well as the search for a Northwest Passage to Asia, the first mining venture in Canada, and the earliest attempt by the English to establish a colony in the New World.
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  • Our Roots: Canadian Digital Local Histories - An online library, archive, museum and school all in one providing Canadian local histories and educational resources.
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  • Pathfinders and Passageways - Details about the discovery and exploration of Canada with emphasis on explorers and mapmakers.
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  • Pogey - A brief investigation into the origin and meaning of the word "Pogey" (Employment Insurance payments). [PDF]
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  • Quebecers, Catholic Clergy, Manitoba School Question, 1890-1916 - Includes documentation of Manitoba school legislation of 1890, which was regarded as anti-Catholic, and involvement of Quebecers in the controversy. [English and French]
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  • Roughing It In The Bush - Book and poems of pioneer life by Susanna Moodie.
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  • Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill - The conditions and challenges of emigrants' lives in 19th-century Canada as reflected in the lives and writings of Catharine Parr Traill(1802-99) and Susanna Moodie (1803-85).
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  • Territorial Evolution of Canada - Provides maps that depict the evolution of the nation's international, provincial and territorial boundaries from 1667 through 1999.
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  • Virtual Museum of New France - Information about explorers, natives, European settlers, and chronology of the settling of New France.
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  • Work Through Time - Cape Breton Stories of Land and Sea - A series of studies of Cape Breton Island culture to show that work is more than earning a living, it expresses values and involves people in relationships with their environment and communities.
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