Learning resources

Attention teachers, educators and parents! Learning resources are available online to all Canadians free of charge to integrate the 2017 Canada Day Challenge and Canada’s 150th anniversary themes in your lessons and activities.

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Description of Canada Day Challenge 2017 poster

Illustration strip-drawn on the 150th anniversary of Confederation purple background.

White Canada 150 logo centered at the top. Write It girl character at left, Draw It boy character centered and Snap It girl character at right.

[Written text in a white band centered vertically – subtile] Write It! Draw It! Snap It!

[Written text in a white band centered vertically – main title] Canada Day Challenge 2017

[Written text on the 150th anniversary of Confederation purple background]

Celebrate your future!

You could win one of three expenses-paid trips for two to Ottawa to take part in Canada Day activities and celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation on Parliament Hill in 2017, and more!

Ages 8 to 18 – Deadline: March 31, 2017

www.canada.ca/canada-day-challenge

Pink pellet on the 150th anniversary of Confederation colors fixed to the bottom right on the display.

[Written text in pink pellet] 30th Anniversary Edition

Logo of partners in a white band at the bottom of the poster: National Film Board, Parks Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Encounters with Canada, TransCanada Trail, Canada Post, Canadian Museum of History, Royal Canadian Mint.

Canadian Heritage logo at left bottom and Canada Wordmark at right bottom.

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Online learning resources

Youth
Environment
Diversity and Inclusion
Aboriginal Peoples and Reconciliation
Other Resources

Did you know we celebrate the National Flag of Canada each year on February 15? To learn more, you can visit the website and for publications on national symbols, flags and other topics, visit Government of Canada Publications.

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