pier 21 on-line story collection (use this for stories)

kids site of can. settlement

canadian immigration stats (1)

multicultural canada timeline (2-notes)

2. Muslim immigration in Edmonton

5. pier 21, immigration game notes

google videos

6. can. immigr. test immigr. notes

4. Chinese head tax

3. Chinese head tax apology

1. immigration statistics tables (3- some info.) canadian immigration timeline (4- use this for assignment)

passages to Canada-
immigrant stories


2. on the path of elders video, games, etc.

3. OTC grade eight unit, page 121-125 handout

1. maps

4. google video- treaty talk with Jeff Martinuk, etc.

5. club native, Indian Act
  • there are many different opinions on treaties
  • negotiating treaty obligations seems to be an on-going process
  • many treaty promises have been broken
  • perhaps treaties are living documents (because they continue to describe changing relationships between people)
  • we are all treaty 6 people
  • negotiated in 1876
  • the language of the original treaties would have been next to impossible for Chiefs and elders to understand did you know, Indian Act, vote first nations myths

History: minutes

3. timeline
  • 1608-Founding of Quebec
  • 1608-Champlain established a fortified trading post at Quebec City
  • 1649-Huron Defeated by Iroquois and French.
  • 1670-Hudson's Bay given trading rights to HB and the entire area where rivers drain into the bay (eastern Canada)
  • 1759-battle of the Plains of Abraham, Quebec City
  • French General Montcalm
  • English General Wolfe,won
  • both generals died
  • 1775-Americans attack Quebec City, they lose.
  • French don't help Americans
  • 1867- British North America Act (BNA), Canada is a country!
  • 1876- treaty 6 (here)
  • government needed the land
  • 1885-last spike
  • Craigellachie, B.C.
  • 1885-Riel hanged in Regina
  • 1906- Klondike gold rush, Yukon
  • 1914- 1918- World War I
  • 1939-1945- World War II
  • 1961-Tommy Douglas- universal health care history game for home

2. Hudson's Bay Company

  • First Nations people wanted rifles
  • Rupert's Land
  • Hudson's Bay was the supply company (NWMP, RCMP)
  • pushed into isolated areas (reserves)
  • hunting and hard work
  • $5/person/year
  • lowest income group
  • cost of everyday items high in remote areas
  • low life expectancy
  • in poverty and threatened
  • HBC never controlled the fishing industry
  • pollution and habitat loss for wildlife in north
  • 300 years anniversary 1970
  • 100 lb. of tobacco
  • not trading fairly for skins

1. funny video

4. google video- Canada, a People's History (Plains of Abraham

1000 A.D.- Vikings at L'Anse Meadows, Newfoundland, Beothuk tribe
1500- John Cabot- British, Jacques Cartier- French
Northwest Passage- Henry Hudson, John Franklin and others
Samuel de Champlain- St. Lawrence River
beaver hats for Europeans
Hudson's Bay Company
Metis- French, Scottish etc. and First Nations having kids

Multi - Q- Canada Jeopardy