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David Spencer's Education Paragon is a free educational resource portal helping David Spencer's secondary school students, their parents and teaching colleagues with understanding, designing, applying and delivering assessment, curriculum, educational resources, evaluation and literacy skills accurately and effectively. This wiki features educational resources for Indigenous Aboriginal education, field trips for educators, Davids Music Jam, law and justice education, music education and outdoor, environmental and experiential education. Since our web site launch on September 27, 2006, online site statistics and web rankings indicate there are currently 1,878 pages and 14,603,137 page views using 7.85 Gig of bandwidth per month. Pages are written, edited, published and hosted by Brampton, Ontario, Canada based educator David Spencer. On social media, you may find David as @DavidSpencerEdu on Twitter, as DavidSpencerdotca on Linkedin.com and DavidSpencer on Prezi. Please send your accolades, feedback and resource suggestions to David Spencer. Share on social media with the hashtag #EducationParagon. Thank you for visiting.


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To Do for Canada Section Priorities

  1. Move the popular pages to David Spencer's Education Paragon and add this text This Page Has Moved
  2. Install recaptcha http://recaptcha.net/plugins/mediawiki/
  3. Add content for Canadian Prime Ministers http://www2.parl.gc.ca/Parlinfo/Compilations/FederalGovernment/PrimeMinisters/Biographical.aspx?Language=E
  4. The fight by women for the vote was called the Woman Suffrage Movement. http://www.pc.gc.ca/apprendre-learn/prof/sub/histc-cstor/histc-cstor9_e.asp
  5. Nellie McClung http://www.canadianstudies.ca/NewJapan/mcclungunit.html
  6. WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH Quizzes http://www.swc-cfc.gc.ca/dates/whm/index_e.html
  7. modify content for James_Raffan
  8. Some good ideas here http://proudcanadiankids.ca/index.htm http://www.constable.ca/openingpage.html
  9. Add META tags to Bark Lake HTML http://vancouver-webpages.com/META/mk-metas.html
  10. Early Canadiana Online (ECO) is a digital library providing access to 2,474,020 pages of Canada's printed heritage. It features works published from the time of the first European settlers up to the early 20th Century. http://www.canadiana.org/eco.php?doc=about&id=4dbe86fc1f088fa4&page=ItemRecord
  11. Invite these camp professionals to list http://www.tawingo.net/about_camp_tawingo/meet_the_directors.php
  12. consider these glossaries http://www.glenbow.org/mavericks/teacher/english/indxglos.html
  13. Alberta was shaped by Mavericks – men and women who were adventurous, hard-working, and spirited. Discover our province’s history through their stories. http://www.glenbow.org/mavericks/
  14. read this http://ao.hudson.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=publication_details&id=2087&pubtype=DailyArticles


8. Add http://www.haliburtonschoolofthearts.ca

9. Guy Laliberté and Cirque du Soleil http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/CirqueDuSoleil/en/company/default.htm

9. Anik Satellite

10. Find info on Nova Scotia heritage http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/

11. Africville http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/africville/

12. Don Messer http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/messer/

13. Halifax Explosion http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/explosion.asp

Buildings

  1. Sells photos of Canadian buildings http://www.booktown.com/stcroixprints/state.php
  2. Canada's Architectural History
  3. Who is Canada’s greatest architect?
  4. Add more buildings from this list
  5. Sudbury Museums
  6. Canadian Architecture 101

Document

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Canadian Citizenship Act


Canadian Constitution

Canadian Musician Magazine

Canadian War Memorials Fund

Cochrane Proclamation

Common Schools Act

Event

Add these festivals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festivals_in_Canada


Battle of the Somme

Battle of Ypres

Barrie Tornado

Berger Commission

bison (mistakenly called buffalo)become extinct on the western plains 1889

Black History Week

Black Trek

Boer War

buggishaman


Canadian Film Development Corporation

Canadian flag

Carabana

Charlottetown Accord

Christmas

Confederation

Expression

  1. backbencher
  2. baloney
  3. bee's knees
  4. big cheese
  5. bump off
  6. bunk
  7. carry a torch
  8. cat's meow
  9. caucus
  10. cheater's
  11. crush
  12. cultural mosaic
  13. So long for now.- closing by Stuart McLean of CBC radio

Group

Canadian Links http://www.snark.org/hertel.htm Bachman Turner Overdrive (BTO)

Barenaked Ladies

The Bay

Beothuk

Big Sugar

Blackfoot

Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

Blue Rodeo

BQ (Bloc Quebecois)

The Bell'Arte Singers is one of Canada?s finest community choirs. Founded in 1988 by Dr. Lee Willingham, they have established themselves in all genres of repertoire and styles through concerts, recordings, and broadcasts. Three European tours have established the choir?s reputation outside of Canada. http://www.bellartesingers.ca/

BTO

Building Box

CIDA

CNR

CPR

CRTC

CSIS

Cabinet

Canada Council

Canadian Alliance Party

Canadian Airways

Canadian Authors' Association

Canadian Brass

Canadian Car and Foundry

Canadian Council of Business

Canadian Department of Communications

Canadian Film Development Corporation

Canadian Group of Painters

Canadian International Development Agency

Canadian Labour Congress

Canadian National Railway (CNR)

Canadian Pacific Airlines

Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) http://cprheritage.com/index.htm

Canadian Press (CP)

Canadian Radio Television Telecommunications Commission

Canadian Red Cross

Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Canadian Tire

Caughnawaga (Kahnawake)

Cayuga

CBC Radio

Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission

CBC Television

Champlain Society

Chapters

Christian Heritage Party

Cirque de Soleil

Coloured Corps

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) info

Council of Canadians

Council on Poverty

Cowboy Junkies

Crash Test Dummies

Cree

Women In Film & Television Vancouver (WIFTV) is an internationally affiliated non-profit society committed to advancing & celebrating women in screen based media. http://www.womeninfilm.ca

Invention

Add Canadian inventions http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/innovations/index-e.html

Alouette One

Anik Satellite

Avro Arrow

basketball

Bluenose

Canadarm

Canadian Arrow

CANDU nuclear reactor

Cinesphere with IMAX film

Person

Add the following people:

  1. Significant Canadian Women
  2. Terry Fox
  3. Frederick Banting
  4. Lester Pearson
  5. Louis Riel
  6. Tommy Douglas
  7. Isaac Brock
  8. Laura Secord
  9. Billy Bishop
  10. Nellie McClung
  11. http://www.heroines.ca/about/100canadianheroines.html
  12. http://particle.physics.ucdavis.edu/Canadians/
  13. Manitoba Heroes http://www.wsd1.org/sargentpark/hero/heroes.html
  14. Walk of Fame people http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com
  15. Canadian sports people
  16. Canadian Heroes published in 1999
  17. Canadian Heroes published in 2001
  18. Brampton Sports Hall of Fame http://www.bramptonsports.ca/hall.php
  19. Feist
  20. Paul Mason http://www.canoemuseum.net/bubblestreet.asp
  21. Backbencher
  22. Ned Hanlan athlete
  23. Gordie Howe athlete
  24. Ferguson Jenkins athlete
  25. Guy Lafleur athlete
  26. Mario Lemieux athlete
  27. Donovan Bailey athlete
  28. Bronko Nagurski athlete
  29. James Naismith athlete and inventor of basketball
  30. Patrick Roy athlete, Hockey player.
  31. Paul Tracy athlete, IndyCar driver
  32. Gilles Villeneuve athlete, Formula One driver
  33. Jacques Villeneuve athlete
  34. Rod Smith- was the President of Black's Photography
  35. Augusta Stowe in 1883 she was the first woman to receive a degree in medicine in Canada. She married another doctor and became Augusta Stowe-Gullen
  36. Mary Ann Shadd- was Canada's first black newspaperwoman
  37. Maurice Strong- Ontario Hydro, United Nations environment
  38. Ruth Bailey
  39. Conrad Bain
  40. Scott Bairstow
  41. Frederick Banting (1891-1941)
  42. Dave Barrett
  43. Gwennyth Barton
  44. Robert Bateman
  45. Adam Beach
  46. Emily Shaw Beavan (circa [[1820)
  47. Adam Beck
  48. Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922)
  49. Marilyn Bell
  50. Steve Bell
  51. Gil Bellows
  52. Richard Bedford Bennett
  53. Joseph E. Bernier (1852-1934)
  54. Rosalie Bertell
  55. Pierre Berton
  56. Charles Best
  57. Norman Bethune
  58. Francis Beynon
  59. Alfred Jackson Billes
  60. John William Billes
  61. Florence Bird
  62. Billy Bishop
  63. Conrad Black
  64. Martha Munger Black (1866-1957)

Rachel Blanchard

I. S. Bloch

Lothaire Bluteau

Joseph Armand Bombardier

Roberta Bondar

George Borden

Robert Laird Borden

Paul-Emile Borduas

Lucien Bouchard

Henri Bourassa (1968-1952)

Robert Bourassa

Mackenzie Bowell

Robert Borden

Leonard Braithwaite

Joseph Brant

Molly Brant (1736-1796)

Isaac Brock

Wilson Brooks

Blair Brown

Roy Brown

Kurt Browning

Robert Bryce

Genevieve Bujold

Mike Bullard

Raymond Burr

Chief Justice

constituent

Victoria Belcourt Callihoo (1861-1966)

June Callwood

James Cameron

Kim Campbell

Neve Campbell

John Candy

Harold Cardinal

Tantoo Cardinal

Franklin Carmichael

Emily Carr (1871-1945)

Jim Carrey

Mary Shadd Cary (1823-1893)

Gerry Carty

Casavant

Henri Casgrain

Therese F. Casgrain (1896-1981)

Ethel Catherwood

Kim Cattrall

Sarah Chalke

Raymond Chan

Thomas Chapais (1858-1946)

Jean Charest

Maurice Alexander Charles

Don Cherry

Rae Dawn Chong

Tommy Chong

Jean Joseph Jacques Chretien

Hayden Christensen

Emmanuelle Chriqui

Charles Joseph (Joe) Clark

Adrienne Clarkson

Mike "Pinball" Clemons

Bruce Cockburn

Leonard Cohen

Holly Cole

James Coleman

J.B. Collip

Alex Colville

Lionel Conacher

Ernie Coombs

Matthew Coon Come

Paulo Costanzo

Douglas Coupland

Christina Cox

Deborah Cox

Donald Creighton

Wendy Crewson

David Crombie

Jonathan Crombie

Lynn Crosbie

  1. David Cronenberg
  2. Burton Cummings
  3. Arthur Currie (1875-1933)
  4. Edward S. Curtis
  5. Elisha Cuthbert

McQuesten family of Whitehern in Hamilton http://www.whitehern.ca/index.php

  1. Elwy Yost
  1. J. Richard Wakefield HO railway models of Ontario http://www.mcswiz.com/MyLayout/Homepage.asp

http://www.heroines.ca/people/heroines.html

  1. Ann Harvey
  2. Fanny 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld
  3. Dr. Leonora Howard King
  4. Thérèse Casgrain
  5. Elsie MacGill
  6. Anna Mae Aquash
  7. Agnes Macphail
  8. Mary Ann Shadd
  9. Dr. Margaret Newton
  10. Violet Clara McNaughton
  11. Major Margaret C. Macdonald
  12. Helen Harrison

Susan Aglukark, singer and songwriter Louise Arbour, judge Jean Augustine, teacher and politician Roberta Bondar, astronaut Jocelyne Bourgon, civil servant Liona Boyd, classical guitarist Deanna Brasseur, jet fighter aircraft pilot Rosemary Brown, politician and feminist Kim Campbell, politician and 19th prime minister of Canada Maryse Carmichael, Snowbirds pilot Emily Carr, artist and writer Fran�oise David, activist and social worker Amelia Douglas, fur trade pioneer Ellen Fairclough, politician Barbara Frum, journalist Annie Gale, politician Pauline Julien, actress and singer Joni Mitchell, singer and songwriter Lucy Maud Montgomery, author Barbara Paterson, artist and sculptor Julie Payette, astronaut Chantal Petitclerc, athlete Buffy Sainte-Marie, musician, artist and activist Judith Simpson, Loyalist Cairine Wilson, politician Sharon Wood, mountaineer

Place

Acadia

Africville

Alberta

Alert

Arctic Circle

Arctic Ocean

Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic)

Arviat (Eskimo Point)

Atlantic Ocean

Baddeck

Banff

Bark Lake (Ontario Camp Leadership Centre)

Beaufort Sea

Beaver Dam

Berlin

Brantford

British Columbia

Butchart Gardens

Calgary

Charlottetown

Chateauguay

Cinesphere

Program

  1. Canada A People's History
  2. Country Hoedown
  3. In June of 2002, CFPL generously donated, to the Archives of Ontario, the entire news output for their first 15 years of operation. http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/exhibits/cfpl/index.html
  4. Hollywood's View of Canada http://particle.physics.ucdavis.edu/Places/Canada/CanadaMovies.html
  5. Canadian Movies http://particle.physics.ucdavis.edu/Places/Canada/CanadianMovies.html

Symbol

amethyst

beaver

Canada Council Medal

Canadian Flag

Canadian Red Ensign Flag (1945-1965)

Coat of Arms for Canada

common loon

Vegetation and Plants

Wildlife

  1. beaver
  2. Bigfoot
  3. Cadborosaurus
  4. common loon
  5. Igopogo
  6. Kraken
  7. Manipogo
  8. Memphre
  9. Ogopogo
  10. Sasquatch http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/fact_or_fiction/
  11. Sicopogo
  12. Thunderbird http://pyramidmesa.netfirms.com/passam3.html
  13. Winnipogo
  14. Books on sea monsters and creatures http://www.amazon.ca/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A2FSMNDDHPP8BF


Toplists To Join

English Language

Spanish Language

  1. EducaHistoria.com