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Ruling Wisely? British Rule after the Conquest

Saskatchewan Curriculum Objectives

Grade 12 Objectives (History 30)

Unit 1: Relationships: People and Paradigms
Foundational Objective 4

Know that the well-being of every society will be influenced by sustained contact with other societies.

Core Concepts: Acculturation

  • Know that British colonial policies, directed towards French Canadians and the First Nations, fluctuated between attempts to assimilate those populations and attempts to accommodate them.

Core Concepts: Assimilation

  • Know that British authorities believed that long-term political stability in British North America would require the assimilation of the francophone population of the former New France.

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