'23 Historical Black Canadians you Should Know', via www.cbc.ca Pictured here is Marie Joseph Angelique, an enslaved Black Canadian woman who was tortured and killed for allegedly burning down Montreal in 1734
From segregation to integration: One picture gives you a clear vision about the immigration history of Chinese Canadians, In 1788, The British Captain John Meares hired the first group of 70 Chinese smiths and carpenters from Macau and Guangzhou, they landed in Vancouver at the west coast of British America (Canada)...
Canadian Communities - Canadian Identity Bundle
This product bundle contains a series of Graphic Organizers and Learning Tasks that can be aligned to the Nelson Canadian Communities Text Series. The lesson materials are designed to take a critical look at the "Canadian Identity" as well as Canada's history with Marginalized populations during the development of Canada.