This site from Library and Archives Canada features stories from the First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities
Information about the process of adopting a child in Ontario from the Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies.
From Veterans Affairs Canada, this site has links to information and videos of the battles Canada participated in.
This Canadian site describes the major events of the War of 1812 as well as specific celebrations that occur along Eastern Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River to commemorate the role this region played during the war.
This site describes the formation of the fur trade and the exploration of Canada.
This site provides researched information about the six main historical First Nations groups of Canada.
Learn about different occupations in the 1860's in Canada.
The Canadian Museum of Civilization website features an interactive site on advertising for new immigrants to Western Canada from 1870-1930.
The site provides information about today's Métis people in Manitoba.
The site provides a detailed account of Louis Riel’s life and actions he took for the Métis people. Also, find a history of the Métis people.