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Go through the motions of drafting, proposing, reading and voting for a federal law with your class.
Written by Jessica Knapp
In this activity students will come to understand how laws are created, from their initial draft, to debates, to the Senate and royal assent.
Use this puzzle to test your students’ knowledge of Canada’s spooky past.
Refer to the #OurStoriesOurVoices 3-poster collection to start a discussion with students.
8th Fire is an edgy, provocative look at Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations in Canada.
Myseum of Toronto presents a theatrical and playful revisiting of the 1851 North American Convention of Coloured Freemen on February 17 and 24.