There are many sources of information available on the internet and social media channels to help Canadians learn about the history, culture and heritage of Canada and to participate in Canada 150 activities across the country.
- See a timeline of the history of we know today as the Northwest Territories.
- Learn about the rich history, culture and heritage of the NWT.
- Visit the NWT Archives.
- View the Celebrations NWT 2017 NWT Archives calendar, which celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday and the past 50 years of the Government of the Northwest Territories.
- Find out what the NWT has to offer visitors.
- For information on all the NWT’s summer festivals and events this year.
- Learn about the Government of the Northwest Territories
- Learn about Indigenous rights, engagement and evolving government-to-government relationships in the NWT.
- Learn about the history of Aboriginal rights negotiations in the NWT.
- Follow the voyage of Canada C3, a 150-day sailing journey from Toronto to Victoria via the Northwest Passage.
- Visit the Government of Canada’s Canada 150 website.
- Find out about funding opportunities associated with Canada 150.
- Check out the 150Alliance database of organizations, projects, news and resources.
- Find out about Canada 150 events and activities taking place across Canada with Passport 2017.
- Learn how communities can get involved with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Canada 150 Toolkit.
- Follow Canada 150 on Twitter @Canada150th and #Canada150.
- Follow Canada 150 on Facebook.
- Follow Canada 150 on Instagram.
- Visit the Canada 150 YouTube channel.