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Teachers, tutors, and homeschoolers can find a library of printable worksheets for different in math, sciences, languages, and more on many different topics and grade K-12 levels.

Printable Teacher Worksheets (K-12): Easy Teacher Resources


You will find the names of the ministries/departments and respective ministers responsible for education in the provinces and territories of Canada listed below. For more information on the 13 education systems, consult the Provinces and Territories of Canada section.

Ministries of Education: Ministries/Departments responsible for education in Canada (cicic.ca)


Here is a list of free online resources that you might find useful so that you can learn something new, brush up on your skills and help students keep up with age-appropriate Canadian curriculum.

Online Educational Resources: Free Online Educational Resources | To Do Canada


The Quebec Board of Black Educators (QBBE) is a Nonprofit education and research institution committed to raising awareness of educational bias and providing academic support and opportunities to communities of colour.

Quebec Board of Black Educators: English Montreal School Board


Resources for Educators, Students,  Parents, Researchers, Families, and You The online exhibit of BC Black Pioneers: Their Industry and Character Influenced the Vision of Canada.

BC Black History Awareness Society: The Learning Centre



Each province and territory has its own regulator and certification requirements. 

You can search for the teacher online by name in the “Public Registry” or contact their respective College or Regulatory body for information on current certification, including the status of the teacher’s certification. 

FIND A TEACHER: Verify Teacher Status 

Alberta Teachers Public Online Registry 

British Columbia Teachers Public Online Registry 

Ontario College of Teachers Public Online Registry 

Saskatchewan Teachers Public Online Registry 

Here is a list of scholarships for Black students.

Inquire through your college/university, bank, community organizations, or government sites about grants and scholarships. TIP: Even if you think you do not qualify, apply anyway and let them decide the outcome of your application – you have nothing to lose but something to gain!

Community Unity Alliance: Directory of Black Scholarships & Awards

“Black Tutors Canada – I Qualify” Scholarships

Scholarship details coming soon.

List of Colleges & Universities in Canada by Province.

Colleges & Universities: Canadian Universities & Colleges

Darren Baine: Education Phenomenon


Canada’s Top Resume Templates: Free Resume Builder | Job Seeker Tools | Resume-Now

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Mental Health: Crisis Support

Black Youth Helpline (open daily 9:00am-10:00pm): 1-833-294-8654 or 416-285-9944

Kids Help Phone (open 24/7 all year round) 1-800-668-6868 or text 686868

Canada Suicide Prevention Service (open 24/7 all year round): 1-833-456-4566

Emergency – Call 9-1-1


Parents for Diversity is a collective of parents and allies committed to ensuring every child’s right to an education free from discrimination.

Parents for Diversity: Why Are Black Educators Necessary and Important

Parents of Black Children is an advocacy group working to support families and facilitate equitable outcomes for Black children, through accountability and transformational change.

Parents of Black Children: Parents of Black Children

You can find culturally-specific health information here.

Health: Black Physicians of Canada

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Free Credit Report: Credit Report & Credit Score Canada | Borrowell™

Culturally responsive resources for African & Caribbean Black families in Ontario and other provinces.

Black Legal Action Centre: Provincial Black Services & Supports Resource Guide



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