Energy and Conservation

HEY! They’re Building A New House

Posted by on May 19, 2012

This Educational Video takes students in grades 2 to 6 on a tour of a home construction site. The narrator is a young boy who explains the process of constructing a typical Canadian...

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Canadian Geography

The Great Lakes

Posted by on Apr 13, 2012

This Canadian educational video looks at The Great Lakes. The Great Lakes are the largest expanse of fresh water on Earth. This Canadian educational video studies the geological...

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History Of Canada's West

The Opening Of The Canadian West

Posted by on Apr 10, 2012

The history and growth of the Canadian West is reviewed from the days of the fur traders through to the start of the 21st century. Topics covered include Selkirk Settlements, Red...

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Ecology Videos

A Day At The Pond

Posted by on May 17, 2012

Take your class on a field trip to discover life at the pond in this Canadian Educational Video. Designed for Grades Kindergarten through to Grade 4 this Educational Video Program...

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Canadian Educational Video Programs Since 1977

Lest We Forget – Educational Video

This outstanding film presents a uniquely Canadian view of the importance of Remembrance Day. It looks at the efforts of Canada's armed forces in World War One, World War Two, Korea and Afghanistan. Students learn how Remembrance Day relates to them in their day to day activities, personal lives and friendships. Students are shown that on November 11th they...

10 Days To D-Day

10 Days To D-Day

This film unfolds day-by-day, revealing through the letters and diaries of 10 people the momentous ten days that led to the Allied invasion of Europe on June 6, 1944. This excellent film also presents through the reconstruction of pivotal scenes, the stories of the three key titans of D-Day, Churchill, Eisenhower and Rommel. Woven throughout the programs are the...

COUNT YOURSELF IN: Elections In Canada

COUNT YOURSELF IN: Elections In Canada

This excellent film will be of significant value for your grade 8 to 12 students. The heart of our Parliamentary Democracy is the simple act of casting a ballot. Every election shapes Canada and sets the direction our nation will follow. Yet less than 25 percent of young voters between the ages of 18 to 24 cast a ballot. Even fewer take an active role in the...

People Of The Pacific

People Of The Pacific

These Native Nations had perhaps the richest of Aboriginal cultures in Canada. They lived in a world unlike any other. The Pacific Ocean provided food in abundance and rainforests yielded enormous logs for huge homes, amazing canoes and intricate totems. These same forests were alive with wild animals for food and clothing. While other First Nations of Canada...

Understanding Canadian Elections

Understanding Canadian Elections

This film studies the role and importance of Canada's Federal Election Process. An authoritative guide for studying the purpose, functions and importance of elections in our country. This concise, easy to understand program covers the following topics: constituencies candidates party platforms political literature voting patterns polls types of elections causes...

The Opening Of The Canadian West

The Opening Of The Canadian West

The history and growth of the Canadian West is reviewed from the days of the fur traders through to the start of the 21st century. Topics covered include Selkirk Settlements, Red River, Fur War, N.W.M.P., C.P.R., Riel Rebellions, Immigrations, World War One, Winnipeg General Strike, C.C.F., the 1920’s, 1930’s, On To Ottawa Trek, Farmer Movements, Women’s...

Canada In The 1950’s – Building The Future

Three words describe the 1950’s in Canada: BOOM, GROWTH and PROGRESS. For ten years the phenomenal growth rate surged and its effects were felt into the 21st century. The average Canadian living wage skyrocketed and the labour market tightened. It was an age building with mega-projects like the St. Lawrence Seaway and Trans-Continental Pipeline. It was also a...