World War II (Mr. Yu)
Canada at War
General information on Canada and World War II. Use the right side navigation bar for subtopics.
Timeline of events is also included.
Veteran Affairs – Government of Canada
For various information sheets on Battles & Campaigns; On the Home front; a Timeline; and Canada’s role in WWII
Canada and World War II
Includes information on the various battles that Canada was involved in.
Democracy at War – Canadian Newspapers and the Second World War
Part of the Canadian War museum, this site contains articles arranged by subject and date, it includes news stories and editorials from newspapers, mostly Canadian, documenting every aspect of the war.
The Juno Beach Centre covers various topics on the Canadian Navy in World War II which include: ships, contributions of men and women in the Royal Canadian Navy and the Merchant Navy. Go to the side navigation bar and click on Army and Weapons and then on "At Sea".
Royal Canadian Air force
Juno Beach Centre, to access the focuses on the Airforce and the bomber and fighter squadron overseas, scroll down, click on Arms and Weapons and then on "In the Air". Other topics include the RCAF and home defense and the women's division.http://www.junobeach.org/canada-in-the-second-world-war/
Propaganda and War Posters
Canadian Wartime Propaganda Posters
Dunkirk BBC Recordings and interviews
Referenced source regarding the organization, vehicles, weapons, uniforms, traditions, and insignia of Canadian soldiers in the 20th Century. The site contains a large number of maps and images dealing with history, equipment, literature and more. This link highlights Dunkirk.
Battles of World War I (Mr. Milholm)
Women on the Warfront
Website created by a teacher with various links to World War I.
Battles of World War I from Veterans Affairs Canada
Canada and the First World War
Go to History and scroll down to Land Battles
For general information on Canada
British Columbia History Research Project (Mr. Adams)
The Japanese in BC
The Chinese in BC (Early History 1858-1947)
Chinese Historical Society
Includes links to a variety of resources
First Peoples of Canada
Use the First People's Menu on the top right corner to get information on various indigenous groups in Canada.
Information about games and recreation among First Nations peoples across Canada
Indigenous People of Canada
Information about the First Nations people in Canada. Groups included are: North West Coast, Plateau, Plains, Eastern Woodland and Subarctic peoples. Use the index at the top of page one for information on various topics.
These sites have information on the cultural aspects of this First Nations group.
Map of First Nations People in Canada
Atlas Canada's maps on the First Nations People cira 1700s.
Famous Trials homepage
The Trial of Louis Riel source
Trial of Riel Final Edit
The Metis Nation of Ontario
The Trial of Louis Riel: A Chronology
Biographies of the Main Individuals Connected to the Rebellions led by Louis Riel
Final statement of Louis Riel
The Right Honourable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, P.C., G.C.M.G.
Basic Industries of B.C.
This website from the Royal BC Museum introduces the history of mining, agriculture, fishing and forestry industries in our province.
Canadian Government's website for information on the Fisheries in Canada.
City of Richmond
Use the search feature to obtain information on the fishing industry and BC Packers in Steveston.
Various links to info on salmon and the industry from the Salmon Marketing Council.
Salmon on the Skeena
This site records the history of Salmon Fishing on the Skeena River in northern BC.
Canadian Mining Association
This site has includes publications and statistics from this national association.
Ministry of Mines and Energy (BC government)
This site has various links to the forest industry in Canada.
Coastal British Columbia Forest Industry
This site contains information on the early history of the forest industry in BC and the effects of the timber market on our economy.
This site is from the provincial government. Includes industry statistics as well as the history.
Geographic Regions of Canada
This site has information on all the 7 geographic regions and is further broken down into more detailed areas.
Canadian Biodiversity-Canada's Ecozones
Arctic and the Taiga
The Great Lakes
Great Lakes Geography
US Environmental Protection Agency
British Columbia and Confederation
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BC History Internet Website
BC History Portal
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Canadian Pacific Railway
Various links are displayed on this site.
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Culture, Heritage and Recreation Ministry
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Also check the Canadian Encyclopedia and the Encyclopedia of B.C by using the side navigation bar.
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The Victorian Web
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Hidden Lives Revealed
Southern Illinois University
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Ms. Shearer's Environment Project
For statistics on our environment, agriculture, energy and industry this is a good site. This site also has the online version of Human Activity and the environment 2002.
This site is a portal to various sites on Canada's environment.
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Environment and Climate Change Canada
Fresh Water in Canada
This site explores water in various settings ie. rivers, oceans, wetlands, and oceans.
Hudson's Bay Project (So you are not going to Fort Langley)
Exploration: the Fur Trade and Hudson’s Bay Company