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Lesson plan focussing on old and current political cartoons relating to the Pacific Scandal and the sponsorship scandal, as a means of exploring the relationship between power and powers
Collection: Past Perfect: The Politically Incorrect in Cartoons!
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History
Movie clip, introductory text, documented vintage cartoons and lesson plan related to the birth of the Canadian federation and the challenges that had to be overcome.
Collection: Past Perfect: The Politically Incorrect in Cartoons!
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History
Using images and audio, examine and compare historical views of Aboriginal peoples to contemporary attitudes.
Collection: Koluskap: Wolastoqewi-atkuhkakonol - Stories from Wolastoqiyik
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Students analyze the importance of faunal artifacts (bones), tools and methods used to hunt, fish and process meats to understand roles of domestic and wild species in the survival of early settlers.
Collection: Feeding the Frontier - Food in Early Canada
Creator: Davenport Centre - Heritage Hall
Lessons on the development of ecosystems, Canadian identity, geography and language illustrate how landscapes are formed and information on their origins.
Collection: Koluskap: Wolastoqewi-atkuhkakonol - Stories from Wolastoqiyik
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Movie clip, introductory text, documented vintage cartoons and lesson plan on the Pacific Scandal, which erupted in 1873, and the sponsorship scandal investigated in the years 2000.
Collection: Past Perfect: The Politically Incorrect in Cartoons!
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History
The Haida myth of Wasco the sea monster.
Collection: Haida People: Stories
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
The interaction between the First Peoples and the French changes everyone’s lives. Wealth from the fur trade benefits the French Empire and those who help them.
Collection: Shaping Canada: Our Voices and Stories
Creator: Royal Ontario Museum
Over a million ounces of gold have been produced in Nova Scotia since mining began in the 1860s.
Collection: Gold in Nova Scotia
Creator: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Collect and analyze resources used in the production of barkwork, beadwork and basketry to understand cultural diversity and sustainability of ecosystems.
Collection: Koluskap: Wolastoqewi-atkuhkakonol - Stories from Wolastoqiyik
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
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