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Different Perspectives: The Seven Oaks Incident

Manitoba Curriculum Objectives

Goals (Senior 3)

Canada Today – Canadian Studies

This site will help students reach the following understandings as part of the Senior 1 curriculum:

  • Cultural stereotyping and social prejudice have existed in Canadian history and have influenced our immigration policies.

  • Canada has developed from a system of regional communities with differing interests and perspectives.

  • The history of the local area and region follows unique patterns, yet it is related to national and international history.

Unit V – Western Canada

1. The Power of the Fur-Trade Companies

  • What was the influence of the fur-trade companies, especially the Hudson’s Bay Company and the North West Company, on the peoples of the area now known as the prairie provinces and British Columbia? (Consider the effect of the fur trade on both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.)


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