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What's New on Electric Canadian
Here I'm listing anything new added to the site over the past month or so.

Crazy Canadian Trivia 2
Even though the title of this book is Crazy Canadian Trivia 2, the people you'll meet here, and the things they did, aren't crazy — at least, not most of them. But some of them are pretty wild and wacky, and all of them are really interesting, at least in my opinion. That's why I can't resist filling up my trivia files with clippings about them and about all sorts of neat facts about Canada. Here's hoping you have as much fun reading about them as I do - Pat Hancock (pdf)

Canadian Vanishing Communities
Cultivators and Traders of the Eastern Woodlands by Winifred Ferry. This book is about a Huron family who lived in the Eastern woodlands of what is now Southern Ontario. It describes the main activities of this family during one year. No longer do the Huron live as they once did. This book will help you understand how these cultivators and traders lived in the area known as Huronia. (pdf)

2016 Canadian Public Opinion on Aboriginal Peoples

101 Helpful Hints for the Visually Impaired
Our thanks to Chrissy Miller for providing this information in pdf format.

Canadian Investments and Opportunities
Issued by Canada General Investment Corporation, Limited (1909) (pdf)

Canadian Geographic
January/February 2020 edition

Canadian Forces Attrition Forecasts
What One Should Know (Dec 2008) (pdf)

Did a major update on the videos for the Cree Nation as many were no longer available but also some really excellent ones have become available.

Cannabis Cultivation

The Canadian Brothers
From the University of Alberta Libraries (pdf)

Alberta’s Black Settlers: A Study of Canadian Immigration, Policy and Practice
By Judith S. Hill (1981) (pdf)

British Canadian
British Canadian Newspaper which was a National paper printed in Simcoe, Ontario, February 18, 1857 (pdf)

Communications in the Canadian Corps, 1915-1918
Wartime Technological Progress Revisited by Bill Rawling

A Grateful Nation
Seventy-five years after the Second World War, the Dutch are determined to keep alive the legacy of their Canadian liberators.

Newfoundland Trip
Added an hours video trip by motorbike in Newfoundland at the foot of our videos page for Newfoundland.

The History of the Twentieth Canadian Battalion
(Central Ontario Regiment), Canadian Expeditionary Force in the Great War, 1914-1918 by Major D. J. Corrigall, D.S.O., M.C., 20th Battalion C.E.F. (1935) (pdf)

The Beaver
The Labour newspaper for Windsor, Sandwich and Walkerville
Dec 18, 1886 (pdf)

History of the 11th Canadian Armoured Regiment
(The Ontario Regiment) in the Field 1939 - 1945 (pdf)

Trooper - The American Dream - Live Canada 150 - Port Moody
A video

Polish Culture Day in the Tri Cities
A video

Bold Journey Royal Canadian Navy Labrador through the NW Passage
by PeriscopeFilm

Aboriginal peoples in Canada
Key results from the 2016 Census

Early Life in Canada
By J. W. Chafe (1943) (pdf)

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