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Grade-specific programs and products for you and your students

Classroom Resources Classroom Resources

Ready-made activities for the classroom

Background Resources for Educators Background Resources for Educators

Background resources to assist teachers in planning their lessons about the Senate and the House of Commons

Teachers Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy Teachers Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy

A professional development opportunity held annually on Parliament Hill for citizenship educators from Kindergarten through to Grade 12 (Primary cycle 1 to CÉGEP in Quebec).

The Canadian Study of Parliament Group The Canadian Study of Parliament Group

A non-profit, non-partisan organization that brings together parliamentary experts, academics, and public servants with an interest in the role, function and reform of parliamentary institutions.