It’s Easy Being Green in Churchill, Manitoba
November 10, 2020

This remote destination on the edge of Hudson Bay in northern Canada is home to delicate ecosystems and iconic wildlife. Here, boreal forest, tundra and marine biomes converge, providing ideal habitats for polar bears, beluga whales and hundreds of species of migrating birds, among others. Protecting and preserving the ecosystem is a top priority for […]

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Five Online Resources to Enhance Your Classroom Experience
October 1, 2020

Take your students on a virtual trip to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for new science, social studies, language arts, math and history learning opportunities. Winnipeg is a living classroom with opportunities to learn at every corner. While we know travel likely isn’t on the books right now, there are plenty of ways to boost your curriculum […]

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First Nations and Native American Travel: Canada and the United States
September 1, 2020

For millennia, North America has been home to Native American and First Nations peoples whose traditions and history are as diverse as the land itself. Travel to Native American and First Nations lands helps promote cultural and historical authenticity, which can only be shared by the voices and perspectives of those within these proud, thriving […]

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6 Can’t-Miss Activities to Do in Ottawa
August 25, 2020

It’s true: Ottawa, Ontario, is a city for all seasons and all reasons. Learn about some can’t-miss activities students could safely enjoy in Canada’s capital and cultural hub. Haunted Walk Explore the city’s spooky side with a walking tour of Ottawa, where ghost stories are around every corner! During the classic Ghosts and the Gallows […]

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Taking on the Canadian Capital: Ottawa Calls to Student Visitors
June 3, 2020

Catherine Vézina, an English teacher at the quite small de la Berge, du Chêne and de la Falaise schools within the municipality of Lotbinière, Québec, Canada, is passionate about making a difference in the lives of her students. “We live in a very rural and disadvantaged area, where the kids don’t necessarily have access to […]

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