is a major list of Canadian web sites.
is a world wide web window on Canadian culture. Le
culture canadien aussi
World Youth lists international educational and work opportunities
for Canadian youth age 17-20. (Jeunesse canada
monde en français)
Teenergy is a Toronto based site with
links for teens.
éducatif pour les jeunes de 4 à 12 ans.
Heroes (aussi en français) is a
bilingual site about Canadians who have experience working overseas.
and Alex Donald have a homework and reference page with a huge list
of links to all kinds of stuff for Canadian students
students has links to travel music and college and university info
for Canadian Students
Academy in Gander Newfoundland have set up a site for safe searching
for homework topics for elementary schools
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Tipper, Grand master of memory, has a wonderful set of pages as part
of the Happy Child resource. His pages on memory improvement and
learning include Book Reviews, mnemonics, Amazing Brain, Great minds and
math site with puzzles and games operates in the UK.
Practice is great for anyone trying to improve their English
language skills or help an ESL friend. Good info on differences in
English vs Canadian slang for writers as well.
skills, including tips for writing papers, conducting research and
writing exams are available at the U of T's Getting Good Grades handbook
skills with tons of printable sheets on writing multiple choice
exams, formatting essays, organizing study skills are online from the UVIC
counselling centre. Click on the links for lots of resources on studying
or even practise exams.
for taking multiple choice tests is a site from the University
of Lethbridge. If these links don't get you to the test page do a search
for the titles shown, which may be archived. They also have a section on
to take tests.
and other bird spiders links and information on one man's successful
carreer working with his passion can be found here on Rick West's site.
Literature Web Guide, compiled by David K. Brown at the University
of Calgary includes online children's stories; children's book awards;
online children's literature resources, resources for parents, teachers,
storytellers; children's writings, drawings and links.
is a weekly online review for videos, books and other materials for kids
operated by the Manitoba library association
is a monthly internet magazine site established by the Kalamalka Institute
for Working Writers, (part of the Okanagan University College in B.C.)
to publish and share young writers (16 and under) work. There are
limits to the size of the work, so check the submission guidelines first.
Dahl has a website with lots of writing tips and kids word games,
great illustrations too
in electronic residence (wier) is an online writing program with Canadian
authors that many schools subscribe to. new is an opportunity to
write your poetry online with tips from some of Canada's great poets. Search
their resources for ideas to improve your writing.
Resources for Students by Wordwrights Canada has lots of Canadian site
links to improve your writing as well as links to legitimate writing contests.
In2Print is a great Canadian
magazine which provides a national forum for creative Canadians ages 12-20.
Four times a year they publish original works of poetry, short stories,
one act plays, painting, photography, computer generated artwork, music
and revues. Subscription information is available from P.O. box 102
Port Colborne Ontario L3K 5V7
(www.tgmag.ca) is written by teens for teens and is forum for expressing
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and other aboriginal languages (Kwakwala, Maliseet, Mohawk, Ashinabe to
name a few) can be explored and heard at this government website)
The Leo Ussak
school pages which teach Inuktituk (including the words to O Canada,
and have links to songs and stories in Inkutitut are now archived on the
Rankin Inlet school pages (http://www.koolkids.ca
great name!) You can also explore writing in Inkuktitut here
on the case is an online game for younger students covering topics
in ocean sciences
put up by Riverview high school in Cape Breton is a great site to review
high school biology topics. Lesson plans and slides for biology are
here as well
is the Canadian site for the tv program (en français
the Eco dog (from manitoba) has a site concerned with science, nature
and ecology. Lots of info and interviews.
your brain and how it works at this University of Washington site
is a company which specializes in educational cd's and videos for high
school and college biology courses. Their site is packed with information,
experiments and data.
Canadian Scientists are listed and their discoveries explained here.
Virtual Natural History Museum examines Canadian Natural History
Talk Science, is a great site designed for girls aged 7-16 who like
science, technology, engineering and mathematics (the info is great for
guys as well).
Link has all kinds of links and information on west coast marine life.
You can submit questions to experts, check out facts and find out about
careers as well.
site is a link to information on East Coast marine life and diving.
Click on the weblinks to find the lesson plans and information
Science la site Cybersciences de la magazine
and Quarks , the web site of CBC Radio's science program has great
information and lots of links.
Museé Royal d'Ontario en français
toys you can build including rockets, steamboats and radios (the science
is explained as well
Web from The National Research Council of Canada has lots of great
World in Vancouver.
(in Calgary)have a site discussing BEAM robots and selling parts and kits
for building them.
Tyrell museum of paleontology is the source for Canadian
Mag, is designed for kids aged 8-14. Covers science, engineering, math
Robot Club has links to other clubs in Canada (Vancouver Island,
Ottawa, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal. We post it as a site to bounce
to as one of its members Marc Alfonso, is a gifted individual who as a
teenager, created robots for the "x files" and taught workshops at gifted
More commercial links to robot info
are found at http:www.robotics.com/robots.html
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Space Agency has sections for kidsspace and space Science as well as
Space Guide (space jobs website) lists space related organizations
on the we in Canada, provides info on Canadian space projects and carries
a news archive.
space society (Toronto)
Space and Science Centre
Space Centre in Vancouver.(some summer camps as well)
for the Exploration and Development of Space, a mainly American Association
with some international chapters, including Canada. Student space
group devoted to promoting space science through elementary, high school
and university students
Selby in Montreal runs a wonderful math site with appetizers and lessons
for mathematics and reasoning
Selby a un site avec des leçons
français pour le mathematics
information including their history, puzzles, and how to make your own
set.is at this site by Randy Crawford
Mathman"aka Don Cohen has a site for anyone who likes (or fears) calculus.
He has sample programs up from his books which use a visual approach
to calculus (for students 7 and up)
is Mega Mathematics contains the text of a book of interesting math
problems and how to solve them co authored by University of Victoria Computer
Science Professor Dr. Mike Fellows
Museum of Civilization and links to the museum of New France and the
Canadian War Museum
canadien des civilizations, le Musée de
la Nouvelle France et le Musée canadien de la guerre.
Geographical Names and the information on their background can
be found at this site maintained by the Secretariat of the Canadian Permanent
Committee on Geographical names
reports is a site which offers basic information on countries (
map, flag, population, size etc) along with history, ethnic recipes, games
Noms Géographique Canadien sont
ici á ce site maintenu par the Secrétariat du Comité
permanent Canadien des noms géogaphique (CPCN)
information along with info on what it is like to live in the arctic
and lots of northern links and information are available from Leo Ussak
School in Rankin Inlet
Home the atlas of Canadian Communities this electronic
atlas lets you examine communities across Canada Notre
foyer L'atlas des communautés canadiennes
cet atlas électronique est un outil qui permet à des étudients
canadiens de présenter leur perception de la communauté dans
la quelle ils vivent.
this Day in Canadian History you can find out what happened in many
parts of Canada
in Canadian History has a lot of info for research or interest
the Children offers lots of positive ways for kids to help the
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Jobs and Money
Adventures is a Canadian site which helps you define career choices
is a magazine designed to help you create the work you want. It is
Canadian, with lots of links to local enterprenuers, programs etc.
Best of all it is written by youth for youth.
l'endrot où votre concept du travail sera recréé.
Où il n'existe aucun conflit entre la passion et la nécessité."
is a web page designed to teach you what the stock market is and how it
can work for you, including a free 20 minuted delatyed stock market
simulation on the Web. It is part of the thinkquest student designed
Resource Network of Canada or youthpath(aussi
en français)is a huge government site site concerned
with self assessment and aptitude tests, training, job search techniques,
working overseas etc.
for Entrepreneurship Education and Development has online info on starting
your own business and runs camps for youth in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Most Youth links are at Planet
entrepreneur, including university courses.
is more of a lifestyle than a job and has introduced lots of youth volunteers
to parts of Canada they would never have explored.
Canada has a site that gives you a chance to practise using and interpreting
is online if your are looking for the best buy or other Canadian youth
consumer info traveling abroad, life after high school)
Edge is an online, printable booklet on finding a job or creating your
own and making the most of your skills (from the Ministry of Education
has a page of links to Skills assessment and career sites (for helping
you choose a career path )
is a joint website of the National Aviation Museum and the Discovery Channel
Canada. Lots of information on planes and flight including a flight
Island Museums have lots of links to model trains and model railways,
including how to build track for wooden railways. They also have
a virtual tour for their model ship and railway museums
train page has extensive links for model railroads and Canadian train
virtual Maritime museum, (aussi
en français) part of the Maritime Museum
in Victoria B.C. has a great site discussing Pacific Northwest Maritime
adventures, explorations and commerce.
the web site for the popular TV Ontario show has plans for bedroom basketball
hoops through lava vases, mountain and mudslides, car games and locker
is a site where musicscores are free to download and distribute.
The music scores and MIDI files are typeset and created by volunteers in
an effort to circulate music whose authors have given permission to the
project, or classical works whose composers have been dead for more than
.net is a great Canadian digital photography site with lots of
techniques, camera discussions and photos
Saarinin has a great website displaying digital photographs in
Finland. Check out the composition of his photos
Victoria Model Ship Building Society has lots of Canadian links to
building all kinds of Canadian ships, sailing models, rc models, historicial
models with tips and examples
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is a Canadian web site which gives you access to a large database of scholarships,
bursaries, fellowships, grants and other awards. The service is free
but you must register (it is supported by advertising)
site canadien, de vous permet de consulter sur-le-champ une base de bourses
d'études, de recherche, de perfectionnement, de soutien et autres
source d'aide financière
Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) provides financial
assistance and training to students studying and researching in the fields
of Science and Engineering
a resource for Canadian students planning to attend university. It
contains info on provincial exams, and lists of universities.
offers a comprehensive listing of links to higer education in 152 countries
in the UK has great resources for children, parents and teachers (in multiple
languages en français aussi
math is a UK site with tons of information on interesting math problems
(and lots of help to go with them)
stuff you can make in your kitchen http://home.houston.rr.com/molerat/control.htmhas
all kinds of plans and discussion about how to make everything from radios
thru glowing pickles and cartesian divers to hovercrafts you can ride on.
section is where we hope to collect odd bits about Canada
in a bottle This answers the question of what you build in a
bottle when you live in Saskatchewan.
groves on Pender Island (january 21, 2004, Pacific
palate, a West coast website devoted to food, did a cbc clip on an
olive grove on Pender Island in B.C.'s Gulf Islands.