Canada in Context

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Created specifically for Canadian learners and educators, Gale's Canada In Context integrates the finest Gale references---including Worldmark Encyclopedia Of Canadian Provinces, Discovering Authors Canadian Edition, Native North American Almanac, and more---with the Web-like media-rich experience today's users demand. Canada In Context supports coursework on a nation and its influence on the world. This knowledge portal spans the North American continent to deliver a full range of country-specific topics (including First Nations and the government of Canada) as well as information on technology, sports, industry, and more delivered from a Canadian perspective. Gale's In Context knowledge portal collection delivers authoritative, media-rich content complemented by features that foster information literacy and encourage critical thinking.

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Features and Benefits

  • Search Assist.
  • Factboxes on people and geographical topics.
  • Related topics and vetted websites.
  • Highlights and Notes.
  • Recommended Articles.
  • Interactive maps.
  • Translation-on-demand, ReadSpeaker text-to-speech, and font-size adjustments.
  • MLA7, APA, and EasyBib citation tools.
  • Tools to download, print, and share content online.


"At present few online resources focus on Canadian subject matter and content with the promise of audio, video, interactive maps, image maps, and global news feeds to enhance the experience. Gale Canada in Context (formerly, Student Resource Centre: Canadian Edition) attempts to bridge that gap and serve those seeking material that cannot presently be found through any one particular database."

— Choice

“This is useful for examining the Canadian perspective on the world. . . . This dynamic resource is recommended for school and public libraries in Canada or to libraries that serve large populations with Canadian research interests. It provides an engaging way to study Canada with a wide variety of resources including multimedia.”

— American Reference Books Annual