This site has biographies of women who have contributed to humankind in many different ways. There are writers, educators, scientists, artists, writers and much more.
Check out the handy glossary of theatrical terms, a list of drama games, and information about the history of theatre. You can also read scripts written by kids and submit your own original script.
This site has changing virtual exhibits and an image gallery. Click on My VMC to make your own personal museum.
Click on Explore and then Games and Fun. There are interesting activities like "Explore Tut's Tomb" and "Mystery at Number 262." You can also take a look at the Canadian Postal Museum, the Canadian War Museum, and the Virtual Museum of New France.
The authoritative resource for the history and development of music and musicians in Canada.
Within the music collections of Library and Archives Canada, you can discover the personal files of prominent artists such as Glenn Gould and Oscar Peterson, books, sheet music, and a wide array of Canadian historical sound recordings. We also maintain the Canadian Music Periodical Index, giving users access to an index of articles from Canadian music journals, newsletters and magazines dating from the late-19th century to the present day. The Film, Video and Sound Database contains descriptions of archival films, videos, and sound recordings. The Virtual Exhibitions are a treasure.
An overview of Canada’s history of law, starting from its French and British origins. Includes bibliography and links to other historical sites.
The online Canadian Encyclopedia provides a history of Canada’s legal origins, concise descriptions on all aspects of Canadian law, links to other legal sites, and a glossary of legal terms.Click on Law in the subject index to locate keywords on Canadian law, or type in query in the search box provided.
Includes information on upcoming programmes and a list of heritage stories written by society members under the heading of Stories and Facts.
The London Regional Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) is a charitable organization dedicated to the promotion, interpretation and preservation of the architectural heritage of London and Region. The site offers links to other local heritage and related organizations.