Update January 2020
Thank you for your interest in AncestryProject.ca. We are transitioning from a membership-based website to a publisher website – many resources will be compiled into paid digital downloads and/or print books.
In spring 2020 we will release a new unit on the artist Tom Thomson. We will publish a book that compiles all of our content content, including teacher’s guide, handouts and activities. We will offer free samples of this content to registered users.
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Caribbean CanadiansMichaëlle Jean and Donovan Bailey
Who are the Caribbean Canadians?
Where are they from? Why did they come to Canada?
This unit looks at the accomplishments of two fascinating
Caribbean Canadians: former Governor General
Michaëlle Jean and former sprinter Donovan Bailey.
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