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Directed by Dr. Kathy Browning, School of Education, Laurentian University

Project Summary

Brief Background: This project interviewed 14 Aboriginal, Métis, Francophone and Anglophone artists in...

Toronto Arts Council’s Animating Toronto Parks grants program provides funding to professional artists, organizations and artist collectives to create and present free arts programming in selected Toronto parks located outside of the...

Songs, chants and games for young learners, ages 0-6 and their families, teachers, friends and caregivers. These resources were developed as part of the VSO School of Music project...

Artful Caledon is an innovative program developed by the Caledon Public Library to promote the work of local artists. Artists are able to give a brief biography and present their work on a virtual platform. Caledon Public Library also hosts...

NFB Education refers to the educational productions and services offered by the National Film Board of Canada, a public film producer and distributor founded in 1939. The NFB has earned the trust of generations of educators and...

Music Tool Suite is a collection of digital tools created to support music learning in studio music instructions and in music classrooms. Four tools were developed from 2011 to 2016: Cadenza, Notemaker, ...

Designed by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts based on 350 works in its encyclopedic collection and aimed at Québec high school teachers, ÉducArt explores themes and social issues in different subjects, from art to science. In collaboration with...

Curio.ca gives teachers and students streaming access to the best in educational content from CBC and Radio-Canada.

You'll find documentaries from television and radio, news reports, archival material,...