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Social Studies - Gr.9.1 - Governance and Rights

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Issues for Canadians: Governance and Rights Gen Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how Canada’s political processes impact citizenship and identity in an attempt to meet the needs of all Canadians. (from Alberta Education)

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Apr 1982 - The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms came into effect. The Charter guarantees all Canadians fundamental rights, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights, equality rights and linguistic rights. Canadian Law, Canadian Things, Canadian History, Constitution Of Canada, Canadian Identity, Contract Law, Bill Of Rights, O Canada, Socialism

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

The most visible and recognized part of the Canadian Constitution, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guarantees the rights of individuals by enshrining those rights, and certain limits on them, in the highest law of the land. Since its enactment in 1982, the Charter has created a social and legal revolution in Canada, expanding the rights of minorities, transforming the nature of criminal investigations and prosecutions, and subjecting the will of Parliament and the legislatures to…

WEBSITE: Canadian Constitutional Documents Political Process, Document Sharing, Constitution, Social Studies, Geography, School Ideas, Pdf, Education, Website

Canadian Constitutional Documents

WEBSITE: Canadian Constitutional Documents

WEBSITEL For Teachers- Online Resources - The materials offered here can be used by classroom teachers to support and extend their Social Studies, Health, C., and Legal Studies instruction. Teachers Online, John Howard, Educational Technology, Social Studies, Career, Presentation, Politics, Classroom, Meet

Online Resources

WEBSITEL For Teachers- Online Resources - The materials offered here can be used by classroom teachers to support and extend their Social Studies, Health, C.A.L.M., and Legal Studies instruction.

WEBSITE:Aboriginal Youth Justice: teacher's resource - This middle years teacher’s resource is designed to provide information about Canada’s youth justice system to youth from Aboriginal communities. Canada Information, Political Process, Citizenship, Teacher Resources, Social Studies, Youth, Middle, Politics, Pdf

WEBSITE:Aboriginal Youth Justice: teacher's resource - This middle years teacher’s resource is designed to provide information about Canada’s youth justice system to youth from Aboriginal communities.

WEBSITE: An introduction to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (from: University of Lethbridge) Geography Of Canada, School Age Activities, Study Board, Teacher Lesson Plans, Canadian History, America And Canada, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Political Cartoons

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: An Introduction to Charter Rights

Find an educational feature detailing Charter rights in Canada.

Looks at the many diverse cultures, from the first European immigrants to the modern arrivals, that have shaped Canada. Backpacking Canada, Canada Travel, Canada Holiday, Visit Canada, Social Studies, Ss, Road Trip, Culture

Looks at the many diverse cultures, from the first European immigrants to the modern arrivals, that have shaped Canada.

WEBSITE: Canadian Primary Sources in the Classroom General Strike, Canadian Pacific Railway, War Of 1812, Canadian History, Primary Sources, Foreign Policy, Political Cartoons, Social Studies, Old Things

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WEBSITE:Try Judging is the first Canadian student program to be conceived, designed and produced by judges. It is a multimedia educational program designed for integration into high school social studies, civics and law courses. Try Judging introduces students to the role of judges within our judicial system, and encourages exploration of important concepts such as the rule of law, judicial independence and judicial impartiality. Law Courses, Political Process, Educational Programs, Judges, Program Design, Social Studies, Multimedia, High School, Encouragement

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WEBSITE:Try Judging is the first Canadian student program to be conceived, designed and produced by judges. It is a multimedia educational program designed for integration into high school social studies, civics and law courses. Try Judging introduces students to the role of judges within our judicial system, and encourages exploration of important concepts such as the rule of law, judicial independence and judicial impartiality.

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Welcome to the House of Commons of Canada

Follow our democracy in action! See what's happening today in the House and in committee meetings, as well as news and events

Canada passes law which grants immunity for drug possession to those who call 911 to report an overdose Parliament Of Canada, Teaching Government, Levels Of Government, Canadian Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, British North America, Administrative Support, House Of Commons, Socialism

How Canadians Govern Themselves - Inside View

WEBSITE: How Canadians Govern Themselves - Inside View - Canada's governmental system is driven by procedures, laws and conventions. Explore some of the ways that Canada's government operates and why...

Elijah Harper -- Ethel Blondin-Andrew -- Romeo Saganash -- Paul Okalik -- Shawn A-in-chut Atleo -- Leona Aglukkaq. Political Leaders, Politics, Citizenship, Elijah Harper, Social Studies, Biography, Nonfiction, Study, Baseball Cards

Elijah Harper -- Ethel Blondin-Andrew -- Romeo Saganash -- Paul Okalik -- Shawn A-in-chut Atleo -- Leona Aglukkaq. Gr.4-6

Developed in a debate format, each side presents a different perspective on the Senate Reform issues relevant to Canada today. Political Process, Citizenship, Decision Making, One Sided, Social Studies, Perspective, Presents, Politics, Canada

Opposing viewpoints discussing the question posed in the title are printed back to back and inverted. One side presents "The argument for yes", the other side presents "The argument for no."

Read "The Great Blackfoot Treaties" by Hugh A. Dempsey available from Rakuten Kobo. The expansive ancestral territory of the Blackfoot Nation ranged from the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta to the Mis. Native American Wisdom, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native Americans, American History Lessons, Canadian History, Math Writing, Writing A Book, Furiously Happy

The expansive ancestral territory of the Blackfoot Nation ranged from the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta to the Missouri River in Montana and from the Rocky Mountains east to the Cypress Hills. This buffalo-rich land sustained the Blackfoot for generations until the arrival of whiskey traders, unscrupulous wolfers, smallpox epidemics, and the encroachment of white settlers on traditional hunting grounds. These factors led to widespread poverty and demoralization...(adult)

A Worker’s Friend. The life and death of a legendary labour activist Social Justice Issues, Economic Systems, Fiction And Nonfiction, Local History, British Columbia, Helping Others, Social Studies, Death, Drawings

Goodbye Buffalo Bay - University of Calgary

Nonfiction/Gr.7 and up. With bright, strong imagery, Ginger Goodwin presents the story of labour activist and martyr Albert ?Ginger? Goodwin. This accessible and thoughtful graphic history explores Goodwin?s life, work, and death in the mining communities of Cumberland, British Columbia. Drawing on local history, and exploring the ways the history of labour organizing affects contemporary movements, Ginger Goodwin is a story that needs to be shared.

Grades - Residential Schools: Teacher's Resource Guide - Research Guides at University of Saskatchewan University Of Saskatchewan, University Of Manitoba, University Of Calgary, Got Books, Books To Read, Indigenous Education, Residential Schools, Teacher Books, Canadian History

Goodbye Buffalo Bay - University of Calgary

Based on the authors life at residential school and what happens when he returns to his native community at age 13.