See The Canadian Encyclopedia on the VSB Digital Library page or it's free online, thanks to the Historica Foundation. Unfortunately, you cannot limit your search results to only those articles from the "youth" or "junior" version. TLs in school programs are always seeking good Canadian resources for studying Canada and would offer this one tip for use in K-12 classrooms and school libraries.
The Junior Encyclopedia of Canada (now called The Youth Encyclopedia of Canada) was first published by Hurtig Publishers of Edmonton in five volumes in 1990 to provide Canadian information to younger readers. Its full text is now integrated into the current website [of The Canadian Encyclopedia] and is continually updated.
-- The Canadian Encyclopedia website
Friday, November 12, 2010
The Junior Canadian Encyclopedia
Great news! What was thought to be lost is found. For those of you missing The Junior Canadian Encyclopedia, here's where to find it: