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The land and people of Canada

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HarperCollins , New York, NY
Canada -- Juvenile literature., Ca

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Canada, Ca

About the Edition

Introduces the history, geography, people, culture, government, and economy of Canada.

Statementby Andrew H. Malcolm.
SeriesPortraits of the nations
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF1008.2 .M29 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 220 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1886428M
ISBN 100060224940, 0060224959
LC Control Number90047560

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In Octoberpeople began sharing images on social media of a page in a Canadian elementary school workbook that indicated the forced displacement of Canada’s First Nations people. The history of Indigenous peoples in Canada is rich and diverse.

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Primary influences on the Canadian identity trace back to the arrival, beginning in the early seventeenth century, of French settlers in Acadia and the St.

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