Games

A fun path to learning

Play games that will help you learn your school subjects in a fun way! All of the games are related to citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism.

Race against the clock

Race to the Voting Box
Which documents do you need to vote? Try to find all the documents in the maze before time runs out. But be careful of the potholes!
Confederation Time Line
See if you know the order in which Canada’s provinces and territories joined the Confederation.
House of Commons Hidden Objects
You have five minutes to find all the hidden objects in the House of Commons. Can you find them before the clock runs out?

Word finds

Prime Ministers of Canada
Do you know who was Canada’s first female prime minister? Answer the questions and complete the word find.
Asian Heritage Month Word Find
Which Korean-Canadian actress is best known for her role as Dr. Cristina Yang on "Grey's Anatomy"? Use the clues to find her name and those of other Canadians of Asian descent in this word find.

Crossword puzzles

Great Canadian Crossword Puzzle
If you think you know your great Canadians, try solving this crossword puzzle as quickly as you can!
Black History Month Crossword Puzzle
Who invented the “Real McCoy”, a device that improved the lubrication process of the moving parts in locomotives? How much do you know about black history in Canada? Challenge your knowledge and try to solve this crossword as fast as you can!

Matching games

Provincial and Territorial Card Match
Do you have a great memory? See if you can match a province’s or a territory’s shape to its name.
Provincial and Territorial Card Match 2
Flip the cards and see if you can match the flag of each province and territory to the correct name.
Canadian Symbol Card Match
Test your memory and race against the clock! Flip the cards and try to match the Canadian symbols.
Canadian Symbol Card Match 2
Can you match the Canadian symbols with their names? Give them a try!

Other fun stuff

Canada: A History of Refuge
Navigate through the exposition to learn more about refugees in Canada.

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Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Pier 21 is a National Historic Site which was the gateway to Canada for one million immigrants between 1928 and 1971.
Discover How Canadians Govern Themselves
This new web resource for youth uses interactive games, videos, images, puzzles and quizzes to explain Canada’s system of government and how Parliament works.
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