1) Framing Canada is a searchable database of digitized photographic images from 1843 to the mid-20th century, owned by Library and Archives Canada. There are some great photographs in this collection which could be used for educational purposes – or if you just want to have fun, check out The Weird and Wacky section.
Many of the images are in the public domain, meaning the copyright has expired, while copyright on other images is held by Library and Archives Canada. If you wish to use any images from this site, check here for conditions and restrictions.
2) The National Film Board has a great site called Focus on Animation. In addition to exploring the history of animation at the NFB or learning about animation techniques, you can also view 50 NFB shorts. Remember The Cat Came Back or Neighbours?