Now showing items 1-20 of 7340

    • Raising Literacy in the First Nations' Adult Population in the Context of Labour Market Participation 

      Trankovskaya, Anna (2017-11)
      Have you ever struggled to understand a simple job posting? Ever been ashamed of not being able to read as an adult? Luckily for me, I have not. But there are thousands of people in an industrially-developed country like ...
    • Indigenous Affairs Third-Party Policy - Can it be Improved? 

      Sunday, Vaughn (2017-11)
      The Aboriginal peoples of Canada have had a long and checkered past with regard to their fiscal relations with the Government of Canada. The paternalism that has marked this relationship has existed since the 1800’s when ...
    • First Nations Education: Increasing First Nations PSE Attainment 

      Matchett, Taylor (2017-11)
      In the culmination of what was previously an endless stream of barriers put before the Indigenous peoples of Canada, the federal government is finally addressing the need to establish a fundamentally different relationship ...
    • Reconciliation with Indigenous People Through Business and Opportunity 

      Loft, Kristen Sara (2017-11)
      True reconciliation cannot occur without acknowledging and addressing the socio-economic gaps between Indigenous people and other Canadians. A nation-to-nation relationship may not be possible under the current socio-economic ...
    • A Life Worth Living: Life Promotion for Indigenous Peoples on-Reserve 

      Keays, Ashley (2017-11)
      The plight of Indigenous peoples in Canada is a direct result of an undeniable history of systematically oppressive structures and policies aimed at ridding the nation of the “Indian problem”. The dispossession of land, ...
    • Indigenous Child and Family Services: An in-depth review 

      Garcha, Amanjit Kaur (School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 2017-11)
      A history of colonization and cultural oppression has led to intergenerational poverty and trauma for Indigenous peoples. As such, Indigenous people in Canada experience representation in child welfare agencies at rates ...
    • Canada's First Nations Child Welfare Crisis: A Summary and Analysis of Contributing Factors and Recommendations for Nation-Wide Improvements 

      Dixon, Davina (School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 2017-11)
      This paper will focus on the contributing factors that cause such high numbers of First Nations children on-reserve to go into child welfare care. It will also focus on recommendations for improving First Nation child and ...
    • Territorial Formula Financing in the Context of First Nations Governments 

      Couturier, Don (School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 2017-11)
      The papers in Policy Perspectives on First Nation Issues provide a unique and timely snapshot of some of the most pressing policy issues facing Indigenous peoples in Canada, the Government of Canada and all Canadians. Written ...
    • Canada during the Great Depression 

      Anoushka, Irani; Kenney, Clare (2018-02-08)
      This resource package has been created to engage students in learning Canadas Great depression. Students will explore the stock market crash, cases of the great depression, key political developments and scientific and ...
    • CONTINUED STRUGGLE: AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTS 

      Shaughnessy, Liam; Stein, Austin (2018-02-08)
      This resource package explores the continuing struggles for civil rights in the United States in the post-1960s era. Specific attention will be drawn to a variety of civil rights struggles that remain relevant to the ...
    • Controversial Canada 1945 - Present 

      Holmes, Kayla; Ivens, Greg; Kirby, Heather; Taylor, Brandi (2018-02-08)
      This resource pack looks at the social, cultural and political events that have shaped Canada from 1945 to the present. The lessons look at major events that have shaped our perspective of Canada today. Each lesson takes ...
    • CANADA AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR, 1914-1918 

      Gardhouse, Jacob; Hanlan, Camille; Hellmann, Dayna; Westecott, Lauren (2018-02-08)
      This resource pack explores the First World War while focusing on the historical thinking concepts of historical perspectives, the ethical dimension, evidence, and historical significance. The first lesson examines primary ...
    • ROMAN HISTORY: FROM REPUBLIC TO EMPIRE 

      Raymond, Jillian (2018-02-08)
      Rome (as an empire and republic0 is a civilization that many students know of, even in the smallest increments, and this course pack seeks to touch on some of significant events that occurred during the existence of this ...
    • Killing Kennedy: the Death that Changed a Nation and the World 

      McMurray, Kurtis; McCormac, Matthew; Innes, Jamie (2018-02-08)
      This lesson series is designed for use in Ontario's grade 11 American History course. The lesson series acts as an entry point for studying America in the Post-War period by examining the John F. Kennedy assassination ...
    • DISCOVERING CANADIAN IDENTITY, CITIZENSHIP, AND HERITAGE 

      Graham, Kayleigh (2018-02-08)
      This resource package provides lesson plans, primary source documents, and a variety of tools for teaching historical thinking concepts with regards to residential schools, Chinese immigration, the Group of Seven, and ...
    • SOCIAL,ECONOMIC,AND POLITICAL TRENDS IN CANADA FROM 1914-1929 

      Healy, Katie; O’Rourke, Monica; Roseheart, Natalie; (2018-02-08)
      This resource pack explores the social, political,and economic spheres of Canada in the years following the First World War. Lessons make use of a variety of primary source documents, analysis, discussion,and inter active ...
    • Minorities in Canada during World War 1: Resource Pack 

      Moore-Hughes, Rileigh; Tobin, Sara; Elliott, Tyler (2018-02-08)
      This resource pack explores the experience of a few minority groups in Canada between 1914-1929 through the lens of various historical thinking concepts. The first lesson explores the historical significance of immigration ...
    • THE CANADIAN COLD WAR 

      McGill, Allison (2018-02-08)
      The events of the Cold War (1945-1991) touched every part of Canada, from East to West and North to South. Although discussions about the Cold War are often limited to the events and political players of the United States ...
    • Ancient Egypt and the Crusades: Journals, Timelines, Narratives, and Speeches (Oh My) 

      Wong, Yannick; Paupst, Wesley (2018-02-08)
      The primary objective of this Gr. 11 kit is to facilitate student-centred learning that explores primary source documents in order to improve understanding of specific historical eras. The first lesson seeks to expand ...
    • Canadian People’s History During the Depression and WW2 

      Germann, Kassy; Howarth, Katie (2018-02-08)
      The objective of this resource pack is to facilitate student learning of the impacts of the Great Depression and World War II on Canadian citizens. Lesson one focuses on the economic strains on families during the Great ...