Canadian Military History Gateway
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This educational resource contains links to printable colouring sheets commemorating Veteran's Week.
Veterans Affairs Canada
From this resource educators and students can find and send an electronic postcard commemorating Remembrance Day, Veterans Week, and peacekeeping.
Provides questions for intermediate level students to facilitate discussions pertaining to filmclips and photographs from the raid on Dieppe.
Library and Archives Canada
Here are some activities and symbols associated with Remembrance Day. Also some little known facts regarding our men over seas and life on the homefront are presented. Service Women, politicians, families and heroes are all remembered on this site.
This resource provides links to information on Canada's involvement in wars and peacekeeping in the 20th century.
This poster tries to capture the bleakness and poignacy of a soldier's experience while reminding us of the importance of involving today's youth in remembrance. The goals of the Remembrance Day Poster program are outlined here as is the aim of Veterans Affairs Canada.
This resource is a crossword puzzle in which the answers must be unscrambled.
This guide is designed to aid educators with activities intended to teach young children in Kindergarten to Grade 3 about Canada's participation in wars of the 20th century.
This interactive resource is about a young boy being taught the significance of Remembrance Day by his grandmother.
Each year Veterans Affairs Canada commissions the design of a poster to commemorate Veterans' Week. Over the years, the Veterans' Week posters have been both artistic and photographic in nature. The themes range from marking battles or events to portraying the personal side of war and peace.