Canada

  1. News on Wikipedia: Liberals win in Canada, as told by Wikipedia

    "CanadianFederalElection2015PollingStation" by Raysonho, under CC-Zero

    Canada’s 42nd general election resulted in victory for Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party. Find out how Wikipedia editors responded to every twist and turn along the way.... Read more

  2. Canadian Copyright Collection from the British Library on Wikimedia Commons

    The dancing pavilion at the Boblo Island Amusement Park, Ontario (1914). Financed by Henry Ford, this was the world’s second largest dance hall at the time, holding up to 5,000 dancers. The music was provided by one of the world’s largest orchestrions (pictured on the right): a 16 foot tall, 14 foot wide, self-playing orchestra with 419 pipes and percussion section. July 1st is Canada ... Read more

  3. Quebec school project improves French Wikipedia

    Members of the 2009 edition of the Cégep de Chicoutimi school project. At far left stand fr:Jean-Marie Tremblay, founder of the digital library Les Classiques des sciences sociales, while Simon Villeneuve is at far right. I am Simon Villeneuve. I have taught physics and astronomy at the Cégep de Chicoutimi, a college in Quebec (Canada), since 2005. Since the 2008 fall semester, I have used the F... Read more