Parks Canada - Teacher Resource Centre
War of 1812 National Historic Site Fact Sheets:
- Battle of Châteauguay NHS
- Côteau-du-Lac NHS
- Fort Chambly NHS
- Fort George NHS
- Fort Lennox NHS
- Fort Malden NHS
- Fort St. Joseph NHS
- Fort Wellington NHS
- Fortifications of Quebec NHS
- Lachine Canal
- Rideau Canal NHS
- Signal Hill NHS
- Language of Fort Life (Fort Wellington NHS) – 6 words spoken by soldiers at various defensive forts in Upper Canada during the War of 1812.
- War of 1812 lesson plan – written for grade 12 student; includes primary source documents.
- Rideau Canal NHS Receives World Heritage Site Designation! - this lesson plan is for gr. 11 geography students and focuses on the UNESCO World Heritage Site designation, however, there is a good historical background section for teachers in this lesson that may be of interest.
Fort St Joseph National Historic Site, near Sault Ste Marie, Ont, was designated by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada in 1923 to recognize Fort St Joseph’s significance as the most westerly British post and for its importance to the fur trade and to the alliances with First Nations.