Our young hosts come across some interesting artifacts while cleaning out the attic. Their discovery leads them on a journey where they learn about the origin of their community. Using a combination of live-action, historical photo...

The world is an amazing place! It’s also huge. Young students need to have a frame of reference so they know exactly where they live in this big place.

In this NEW program specifically produced for your Canadian Social Studies...

The Métis are one of Canada's three official Aboriginal peoples and have played an instrumental role in shaping the Canada we know today. Narrated and produced by multi award winning Métis film maker Matt LeMay, The Métis in Canada provides the viewer with a compelling overview...

Before early European settlers arrived in what is Canada today, there were already many Aboriginal peoples living here. They lived right across this country and developed a rich and storied existence relying on the land and nature for food, shelter and...

Hands spread 80% of common infectious diseases like colds and flu. So how can we prevent this? It's simple! Hand washing is the most important thing we can do to keep from getting sick. It's a fact! Health Canada and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have...

After a great birthday celebration for her brother, Camelea is too excited to sleep. Replaying the events of the day in her head, she finds a way to calm down. Camelea's fantasy hairdo helps her fall asleep easily. 

Authors: Frank Chaput and Suzanne Gohier
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Antony and Cleopatra, with Kim Cattrall

"It's the first part of the year and they're up and running faster than I have ever seen."  – Joan Moser 

Since its publication, teachers throughout the world have made The Daily 5 one of the most widely...

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February 20 – World Day for Social Justice

Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous sexual slavery coexistence within and among nations. We uphold the principles of social justice when we promote gender equality or the rights of indigenous peoples and migrants. We advance social justice when we remove barriers that people face because of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability. – from the United Nations World Day for Social Justice website.

Social justice is one of the issues that make up the new Secondary Cycle 2 Year 3 program, The Contemporary World. But the concept reverberates through other programs at both the elementary and secondary levels (for example, Ethics and Religious Cultures

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