The Citizenship Challenge has created essential educational resources for teachers to use in the classroom. The following Lesson Plans and Worksheets are full of interactive and creative activities to help junior and senior level students prepare for the challenge.All the educational resources are bilingual and are available free for download. Register today to receive the Learning Tools Answer Keys
Rights and Responsibilities
Canadian Citizenship ensures that the rights we have come to expect and enjoy are protected, but it also commits us to certain responsibilities that when fulfilled, make Canada a better place.
Who We Are
From our three founding peoples to millions of immigrated citizens, Canada is composed of diverse ethnic and religious groups that all share a common Canadian identity.
New! Canada’s History Pre-Confederation
Discover the people and events that led to Canadian Confederation in 1867, from the Aboriginal Peoples to the Rebellions of 1837–38.
New! Canada’s History Post-Confederation
From Confederation to the Second World War, a series of events took place that has come to define us as a country and as a people.
In the second half of the 20th Century alone, Canada made significant economic, political and cultural contributions both nationally and internationally.
How Canadian Govern Themselves & Federal Elections
Canada has a unique and engaging system of government and being a Canadian citizen means having the right and also the responsibility to vote in elections.
Objects, events and even animals all have important meaning to Canadians and help express our national identity.
Samara in the Classroom
In association with Historica Canada, Samara has developed its first curriculum support materials, based on the Member of Parliament Exit Interview reports, for use in high school classes. Representing You: Members of Parliament On the Job teaches students about MPs’ backgrounds, paths to politics and what they thought about the job.