Canadian Woman Invents New Airplane

Canadian Woman Invents New Airplane

“I was always a sort of Miss Fix-it around the house. I was interested in radio work so I started out planning to be a radio engineer.”

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Three Inventions by the Inuit of Canada

Three Inventions by the Inuit of Canada

The bitterly cold climate of the Canadian North, where winter temperatures in some areas can fall as low as -40°C, shaped every aspect of life. The founding people – the Inuit – used local, natural materials to develop many things.

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First Rules for Basketball Sold for $4.3m at Auction

First Rules for Basketball Sold for $4.3m at Auction

When James Naismith invented basketball in 1891, he had no idea that the game would one day be played around the world.

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Famous Canadian Inventions

Famous Canadian Inventions

Blame it on the cold weather, Canadians love to invent. Some of the world’s most important inventions, like the antibiotic penicillin, were invented by Canadians. 

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