Travel Again!

Summer is the perfect time for Canadians to travel again and see the nation’s beauty. A memorable trip should include trips to Canada’s different roadside attractions. Here are some roadside attractions as you take a trip on Canada’s highway. The Earth’s Largest Dinosaur in Drumheller, Alberta A 26-meter tall Tyrannosaurus rex that is found in Alberta’s badlands will without doubt captivate your mind. This enormous creature welcomes...

LGBT Pride

A man named Kelvin Allen journeys to uncover some stories from the past about the LGBTQ community. He is Calgary Gay History Project’s founder and he seeks to tell buried stories from the past. He started last 2012, when he came to ask himself about gay people, what they do and where they hang out during the 1970s. His dad claims to have known some gay men hanging out at Palliser Hotel that has an underground club. Homosexuals were penalized...

Vancouver’s Nightlife

If you are not satisfied with your activities during the day, you can enjoy a nightlife in Vancouver. You can dance your night away in clubs or simply grab different drinks at a cocktail bar. If you want more entertainment, then consider buying a ticket from small clubs or even large theatres. Granville District This district for entertainment is a known place downtown. With several bars, restaurants, dance clubs, nightlife spots, you will spend...

The Finalists for Excellence in Teaching in 2020

Teachers from all over Canada are recognized by the governor for their efforts in teaching history. We are proud to announce the 16 teachers who deserved their recognition as listed in the Governor General’s History Awards. These teachers showcased their practices by creating unique learning experiences, supporting research and analytic thinking, integrating historical concepts, and accepting Indigenous worldviews and perspectives. Founded in...

How To Dress For Summer In Canada?

Canada is located in the northern hemisphere of the American continent. Being a nation above the United States and closer to the North Pole, the climate is expected to be cold most of the time. Thats why the custom hoodies canada are a big thing there. However, Canada still has four seasons but their summer season is not as hot as the tropical countries. Canada has a very large land area. It’s bigger than the United States and because of that,...

The Geodesic Dome in Montreal

The geodesic dome in Montreal was designed by Shoji Sadao and Buckminster Fuller. This large dome houses a museum and a research center as foreplaned by Fuller. The dome has since been given the name Biosphere. One book, Geodesic Dreams, was produced and released together with a breath-taking exhibition at the “de design de I’UQAM” Centre. The book portrays interesting photographs that trace Canada’s development when it comes to methods...

Scrimshaw Art

Scrimshaw art was originally the idea of American whalers during the early 19th century. Sailors utilized sharp tools and carved different designs into baleen, whale teeth, and ivory coming from walruses. After creating the designs, they added soot or ink into the engravings to give life to their designs. The Scrimshaw Container, however, originates from a land animal’s horn and not from a marine creature. It was mainly created to serve a...

The Little Mosque

The Little Mosque in Canada is not as great as the mosques in Turkey, Egypt, Cairo, Syria, or Damascus. However, for the Muslims in Canada, the Al Rashid Mosque has a story to tell. The mosque was the first to be established in Canada. During the first census taken in Canada in 1871, there were about 13 Muslims known. They later came in large groups from Syria and Lebanon during the 19th and 20th centuries. The Little Mosque is a 148 sq. m. is...

Travel Tours Package in Northern Ontario

We offer a 5 days and 4 nights featuring a day travel by train from Toronto to Ontario on the very first day. This gives the traveler an opportunity to enjoy the region of Muskoka. The package also includes daylight travels, two travels on Sudbury rails or via diesel cars for the traveler to enjoy the fall scenery and four comfortable nights in a hotel. Additionally, the package features a tour in Sudbury and a visit to Dynamic Earth,...

A Lock and a Key

Are you aware of the treasures and tales coming from Hudson’s Bay? One artifact they call “lock and key” is a special archive found in the Manitoba Museum. History says that this lock and key were once used to safeguard York Factory’s powder magazine in 1840, which is presently known as northern Manitoba. The building, powder magazine, was created to store gunpowder safely. For that reason, the lock with dull bronze and copper was...