Explore Canadian Humour, Great Websites, and more!
Doug and Bob McKenzie 'Strange Brew'
Because of the census, Genealogists have access to a wealth of family history information. Today we fill in our own census records but it w.
John Doyle: CBC’s Still Standing gets laughs in small-town Canada
Comedian Jonny Harris travels to Canadian towns that are ‘against the ropes but still hanging in there’ and finds fresh material everywhere he goes
Genealogy 101: Gathering family history information
Genealogy Gathering family history information - Canadian Living
Most French Canadians are descended from these 800 women
In New France had six male settlers for every female settler. The Filles du Roi were poor women who were brought to North America to fix this imbalance and populate the colony.
Facts about early Irish Canadian immigrants--The Canadian Encyclopedia
The Historical Canadian Census Collection 1851 to 1916
Upper Canada, the predecessor of modern Ontario, was created in 1791 by the division of the old colony of Quebec into Lower Canada in the east and Upper Canada in the west.
Link to 1871 Canadian Census
Counting Canada lots of free Canadian documents here.
Genealogy - Canadian War Records
Genealogy is fascinating.
MYTH: all Canadians say "aboot" FACT: Canada is a big country with different people who speak many different languages with different dialects
Pollitics on Parliament Hill
Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor
January 2013 Issue of Vanity Fair: "Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor"
ARTICLES - The Global Gazette: Canada / Canadian Genealogy & History Information, free, data
The Acadians were French settlers of eastern Canada who were exiled from their land in the The Cajuns are their descendants who settled in Louisiana. Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun descendants cherish their rich legacy of history, culture, & genealogy.