The Definitive, Online Resource on All Things Canadian
TORONTO, Feb. 16 /CNW/ - The Vancouver 2010 Olympics Games are now in full swing. Canada plays host to the world. At a time when all eyes on our country, The Historica-Dominion Institute reminds you of the definitive online resources on all things Canadian.
The Canadian Encyclopedia is the most authoritative and comprehensive resource ever created on Canada, with some 40,000 articles in English and French and over 6,000 media items. Written by experts, fully edited, read and verified, each article is a reliable introduction or survey of its subject. The Canadian Encyclopedia was first published in book form in 1985 and has subsequently gone through two other printed versions, two French printed editions, numerous CD-ROM versions and is currently online. The text has been continually updated and augmented since 1985. The content of The Canadian Encyclopedia ranges over every conceivable topic from Abalone to Zoos. Visit The Canadian Encyclopedia at www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com.
Find out more about Canada and all things Canadian, including:
- Editor-in-Chief James H. Marsh's complete history of Canada at the
Winter Olympics from 1924 in Chamonix to 2006 in Torino;
- Biographies on Canadian Olympic Athletes, past and present, including
Barbara Ann Scott and Gaëtan Boucher.
- Historical background on current events at HistoryWire
- Up-to-date and authoritative information on the people, places and
events that define Canada.
The Historica-Dominion Institute is a national charitable organization that was launched on September 1, 2009 through the amalgamation of two existing organizations: The Historica Foundation of Canada and The Dominion Institute. Its mandate is to build active and informed citizens through a greater knowledge and appreciation of the history, heritage and stories of Canada. Some of its signature programs include: Encounters with Canada, The Memory Project, Passages to Canada and The Canadian Encyclopedia. You are invited to discover the Historica-Dominion Institute at www.historica-dominion.ca.
SOURCE Historica Canada
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