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Creating Canada

Creating Canada Book
Author : Margaret Hoogeveen,Sarah Murdoch
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2017
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Unit One: 1982 - Present Unit 1 Issue: Why is Canada the nation it is today? Canadian Identity; Diversity in Canada - Canada's Constitution - Globalization - Canada in the World Unit Two: 1914 - 1929 Unit 2 Issue: Did World War 1 Transform Canada? - World War 1 - A Changing Canada - Inequality in Canada Unit Three: 1929 - 1945 Unit 3 Issue Did Canada grow up during World War 11? - Lead-up to War - World War 11 - The Home Front Unit Four: 1945 - 1982 Unit 4 Issue: Did Canada find its own pathway by 1982? - Postwar Change - Canada: Global Citizen - Transforming Canada - Internal Strife - Finding a Canadian Way

Creating Canada 2e Se

Creating Canada 2e Se Book
Author : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2014-08-31
ISBN : 9781259275371
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Download Creating Canada 2e Se book written by McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited and published by with total hardcover pages 492 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Real Estate Investing in Canada

Real Estate Investing in Canada Book
Author : Don R. Campbell
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2009-01-16
ISBN : 0470158891
File Size : 52,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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FREE DOWNLOAD OF PROPERTY ANALYZER SOFTWARE Canadians in greater numbers than ever before are turning to real estate to build wealth. The Authentic Canadian Real Estate (ACRE) system is the first of its kind to show average Canadians how to profit from investing in residential real estate. In Real Estate Investing in Canada, you will discover how to cut through the hype and emotion of any real estate market and accurately assess the inherent risks and rewards. Whether you are buying your first property or your 100th, this book provides new-found tools, strategies and condence to help you achieve your investment goals. WHAT CANADIAN INVESTORS SAY ABOUT REAL ESTATE INVESTING IN CANADA AND DON R. CAMPBELL: "This is a great book. The information in just one of the chapters alone saved me over $28,000." Michael Millenaar "Full of practical Canadian content and presented in an organized and respectful system. It directly addresses how to get the money and financing you need to purchase real estate and achieve your goals." Tamara MacLaren "One of Don Campbell's great gifts is his near-genius ability to take something that appears complex and break it down into a simple step-by-step system that anyone can follow. I am convinced that everyone will thoroughly enjoy, and more important, benefit financially, by reading this book." Russell Westcott "The power of Real Estate Investing in Canada lies in the super simple, market-proven system that it offers you. It makes real estate dreams possible for any Canadian. If you are serious about learning the truth, cutting through the hype and being successful, this is your real estate bible!" Valden Palm, MisterRRSP.com The markets across the country are continually shifting and you must keep on top of the latest information. So, as a bonus, every registered reader of Real Estate Investing in Canada will have proprietary access to critical forms and ongoing market research at www.realestateinvestingincanada.com.

Creating Canada s Peacekeeping Past

Creating Canada   s Peacekeeping Past Book
Author : Colin McCullough
Publisher : UBC Press
Release : 2016-07-28
ISBN : 0774832517
File Size : 43,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Creating Canada’s Peacekeeping Past illuminates how Canada’s participation in the United Nations’ peacekeeping efforts from 1956 to 1997 was used as a symbol of national identity – in Quebec and the rest of the country. Delving into four decades’ worth of documentaries, newspaper coverage, textbooks, political rhetoric, and more, Colin McCullough outlines continuity and change in the production and reception of messages about peacekeeping. Engaging in debates about Canada’s international standing, as well as its broader national character, this book is welcome addition to the history of Canada’s changing national identity.

Creating Canada 1850 1890 Gr 8

Creating Canada 1850 1890 Gr  8 Book
Author : Solski, Ruth, Summers, Eleanor
Publisher : On The Mark Press
Release : 2022-09-30
ISBN : 1771584793
File Size : 22,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Activities will help students assess the impact of some key social, economic, and political factors, including social, economic, and/or political inequality, on various Canadians between 1850 and 1890 as well as on the creation and expansion of the Dominion of Canada. Using the historical inquiry process students will investigate perspectives of different groups on some significant events, developments, and/or Canadians issues that affected Canada and/or Canadians between 1850 and 1890. Understanding Historical Context students will describe various significant events, developments, and people in Canada between 1850 and 1890, and explain their impact. Developed to make history curriculum accessible to students at multiple skill levels and with various learning styles. The content covers key topics required for eighth grade history and supports the updated 2013 Ontario Curriculum: History Grade 8. Topics are presented in a clear, concise manner, which makes the information accessible to struggling learners. There are two levels of questions for each topic. Illustrations, maps, and diagrams visually enhance each topic and provide support for visual learners. The reading passages focus on the significant people and historic events that were important to Canadian history between 1850 and 1890, giving students a good overall understanding of this time period. 48 Master the Facts game cards review content learned. 106 pgs.

Creating Kashubia

Creating Kashubia Book
Author : Joshua C. Blank
Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release : 2016-04-04
ISBN : 0773598650
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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In recent years, over one million Canadians have claimed Polish heritage - a significant population increase since the first group of Poles came from Prussian-occupied Poland and settled in Wilno, Ontario, west of Ottawa in 1858. For over a century, descendants from this community thought of themselves as Polish, but this began to change in the 1980s due to the work of a descendant priest who emphasized the community’s origins in Poland’s Kashubia region. What resulted was the reinvention of ethnicity concurrent with a similar movement in northern Poland. Creating Kashubia chronicles more than one hundred and fifty years of history, identity, and memory and challenges the historiography of migration and settlement in the region. For decades, authors from outside Wilno, as well as community insiders, have written histories without using the other’s stores of knowledge. Joshua Blank combines primary archival material and oral history with national narratives and a rich secondary literature to reimagine the period. He examines the socio-political and religious forces in Prussia, delves into the world of emigrant recruitment, and analyzes the trans-Atlantic voyage. In doing so, Blank challenges old narratives and traces the refashioning of the community’s ethnic identity from Polish to Kashubian. An illuminating study, Creating Kashubia shows how changing identities and the politics of ethnic memory are locally situated yet transnationally influenced.

A Line of Blood and Dirt

A Line of Blood and Dirt Book
Author : Benjamin Hoy
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2021-02-02
ISBN : 0197528708
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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The untold history of the multiracial making of the border between Canada and the United States. Often described as the longest undefended border in the world, the Canada-US border was born in blood, conflict, and uncertainty. At the end of the American Revolution, Britain and the United States imagined a future for each of their nations that stretched across a continent. They signed treaties with one another dividing lands neither country could map, much less control. A century and a half later, Canada and the United States had largely fulfilled those earlier ambitions. Both countries had built nations that stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific and had made an expansive international border that restricted movement. The vision that seemed so clear in the minds of diplomats and politicians never behaved as such on the ground. Both countries built their border across Indigenous lands using hunger, violence, and coercion to displace existing communities and to disrupt their ideas of territory and belonging. The border's length undermined each nation's attempts at control. Unable to prevent movement at the border's physical location for over a century, Canada and the United States instead found ways to project fear across international lines They aimed to stop journeys before they even began.

Creating Canadian English

Creating Canadian English Book
Author : Stefan Dollinger
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2019-07-11
ISBN : 1108497713
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Book Summary :

Traces the making of Canadian English, both as concept and global variety, throughout the twentieth century to the present.