Our project First Photo Here is a curated collection of the first photos new arrivals to Canada shared with friends and family back home.
Posts Tagged “Immigration”
What does it mean to be Canadian? I’ve often struggled with this question. Growing up in the 1990s, I began to doubt whether I would ever be part of the “Canadian identity”.
Immigrants are a vital part of our population, yet there's no denying recent anti-immigrant sentiments. Watch 5 films about the immigrant experience.
Discover the NFB's WWII-era propaganda effort, and get ideas for teaching about Canadian identity and nationhood to secondary students.
At a time when mass media often depicts Arab culture in reductive and negative terms, the Edmonton-based Egyptian-Canadian filmmaker Nisreen Baker has set out to fashion a more nuanced portrait...
Using NFB films, discuss some of the challenges that cultural diversity may play in everyday life for students.
Dance your worries away with these 5 NFB films that explore the powerful connection between music and the human body in motion.
The cinema and cities are natural partners. Get to know the world's most dynamic metropolises in 5 riveting films.
Explore a variety of new study guides for classroom use, accompanying such recent NFB films as My Prairie Home, Last Chance, and Poppety in the Fall.