Click. Print. Colour. Learn!
colourcanada.com is a growing project that aims to make exploring Canada, Canadians and our culture fun. We have over 230 free colouring pictures & activities for kids and adults alike,
plus photographs and videos of "the Great White North". From Canadian themed historical figures and places to sports, flowers, flags and even maps to help with homework. There is a colouring picture for every budding artist. Click on the colouring pages links on the left or go straight to the master list of free Canadian, printable, colouring pages
. Colourcanada has more detailed adult colouring pictures too! Colourcanada also offers a variety of awesome and unique Canada inspired t shirts, hats, and art. Perfect as gifts or to show off your home and native pride.
This year marks 150 years since Manitoba became a Province. That's right it was in 1870 that the gateway to the west became Canada's 5th Province. After a string of events that included the purchase of land from the Hudson's Bay Company, a rebellion and an execution, Manitoba joined the union. There is still a lot of controversy around these events, but we're just glad that Manitoba is part of the country. If you want to try your hand at colouring Manitoba's coat of arms, just click on the image!
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I'm Dave and this is colourcanada.com.
In 2001 (when flash was still cool) I had the idea to build a website where you could print free, Canadian themed colouring pictures, each with a small description, to make learning about Canada fun. Since then colourcanada has been both a hobby and a labour of love... and at times a frustration. No matter what's going on I try to make time to improve and expand the site so check back often, and if nothing has changed, check back again and again!
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Keep Calm and Colour on!
Snow Birds are Back
I hope you all are surviving the quarantine while everyone tries to figure out a cure for the Covid19 virus. One thing that we like to do while isolating is walk in the woods. There are few people, and it's easy to give each other a wide berth. On one walk we noticed this Canada Goose who was seemingly looking to self isolate for the required 14 days by building a nest in an out of the way place. Funny thing is that it looked as if the goose was taking the sticks from a beaver's lodge to do it!