Enter in your postal code and province and you will see who your Member of Parliament is, which senators come from your province and learn more information about the provincial representation in regard to others in Canada.
This is a 3 Dimensional audio experience. You must be wearing headphones to hear this re-enactment of a "pink tea", a historic meeting to advocate for women's rights to be considered "persons" and have an active role in government.
This Canadian Museum of History site offers a view of the past, present and future of the electoral process in Canada. Take a journey through time, view the Timeline of events or visit the chronicles section.
What defines your democracy? This short video highlights some of the rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizens and how we can be active participants in our democracy. This video is part of a collection of interactive resources that explore Canada's government.
Take a virtual tour of the art and architecture of the Senate. You can navigate by clicking on the footprint icons. Take a 360-degree look around each room and click on the red title bar on the right side to find out more about that room or collection. Click on a piece of artwork or a hotspot icon to...
The basic idea of human rights is that each one of us, no matter who we are or where we are born, is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms. This video explains the history of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the subtleties and difficulties of protecting human rights.
The Office of the Treaty Commission in Saskatchewan created a video to raise awareness and understanding of treaties. The video examines the Numbered Treaties as well as the important treaties signed with the First Nations in the province of Saskatchewan.
These videos evaluates several things based on: health, environmental wellness, and economic wellness. Products reviewed include: light pollution, phones, milk, Facebook, Big Macs and toilet paper. Note: this series was created by an insurance company.
This video describes the role that technology has played in the development of Canada. During the last third of the 19th century, there were many technological innovations that dramatically changed the way Canadians live.
This tool lets you explore the political and economic spectrum - use the sliders below each section. Use the notes provided and the interactive features to explore various examples of political and economic systems. Be sure to combine spectrums and run the Working With Spectrums demonstration.