Canadian Immigration: The Immediate and Long-term Effects of Immigration since Confederation
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The goal of the resource pack is to provide educators with a set of comprehensive, engaging, and accessible lesson plans focused on 19th and 20th century Canadian immigration, developed through the lens of the historical thinking concepts. These six diverse lesson plans emphasize the importance of the history of Canadian immigration since Confederation in terms of its immediate and ongoing effects on the make-up of Canada, Canadian culture, and Canadian identity.
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