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Embedding an FNMI Perspective in History and Civics Courses

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Birthday Box – a classroom project gives the gift of a birthday party to a child in northern Canada

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Revised Social Studies and History Curriculum

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Fostering Civic Engagement Through Experiential Learning with YPI

By Charis Kelso with Kate Gatto


Starting From Scratch: Putting an Indigenous Lens on Canadian History in Grade 7

By John Myers


Grade 7 Lesson #4: Joseph Brant and the American Revolution

By Vincent Spano


Grade 7 Lesson #3: Society in British North America

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Grade 7 Lesson #2: Perspectives on the Seven Years War and the Treaty of Paris

By Luca Schiavone


Grade 7 Lesson #1: British North America in 1713

By Jenna MacPhail


Conclusions and Suggestions for Grade 7 Unit

By John Myers


Lost Stories – an Interview with Ronald Rudin about the new website that highlights forgotten moments in Canadian history

By Scott Pollock


The Anne Frank Travelling Exhibition

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Inquiry in CHW3M: Using Criteria and Testing Hypotheses

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