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Canada 150 Playlist (Secondary Version)

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Catalogue Number:  MCI811
Subject:  Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Canadian World Studies, First Nations Studies, History, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin:  Canada

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This is a great playlist for getting your secondary students geared up for Canada's 150th celebration!

The programs included in this Playlist are:

A Requiem for the Canadian Dream

Canadian Originals

Conversations with Lester B Pearson

Great River

I Am Canadian: Walrus TV

Mr. Prime Minister: W5

Our Canada: An Introduction

The Impact of Colonialism in Canada

The People's Choice: W5

Transformational Canadians: Vol. 1

This playlist also includes the following 3 segments:

  • Europeans on Turtle Island (3:03) - The Anishinabek assisted European fur traders and surveyors to move through the Muskoka wilderness; David Thompson mapped the area, and the name Muskoka has origins in the native word for red rock.
  • Human Rights (3:06) - The idea of enacting human rights legislation in Canada originated with Saskatchewan premier Tommy Douglas. In 1947, the Saskatchewan provincial government made a landmark decision, passing the first human rights act in North America. 
  • RCMP 'F' Division (3:12) - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are a Canadian icon, and their story began in the 1870's. It was then when the Canadian government bought a vast amount of land in the west from the Hudson's Bay Company. 

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