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History on Trial. Louis Riel
History on Trial brings to life the trial of Louis Riel. The presentation focuses on Riel's life from the 1869 Red River uprising through to the North-west Rebellion in 1885. The case is presented by the prosecution and the defense. Each side presents its opening statements, evidence and closing...
Canadian Landscapes: Diverse and Dynamic Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich
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The Emergency in Attawapiskat
The First Nations community of Attawapiskat declares a state of emergency. Many residents of the isolated Northern Ontario reserve are living in tents, trailers and temporary shelters, even as winter approaches. This video looks at the desperate state of that community and why it needs help.
Social Development Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich
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The Real Story of the King's Speech
The British movie, The King's Speech, is the big winner at the Academy Awards ceremony. It tells the story of King George VI's struggle to overcome a speech impediment. This video examines how much of the film is history, and how much is Hollywood.
Visual Art Strand The Search for Self
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Borrow a Stereotype
Series: CBC News Sunday
Started in Europe, the Living Library is introduced in California. The project's main idea is to "check out" a person instead of a book. The process allows the borrower to face those individuals who make them uncomfortable or have never fully understood. The "lending time" promotes dialogue to ge...
Canadian Landscapes: Diverse and Dynamic Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich Equity and Ethics
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Blind Spot: What Happened to Canada's Aboriginal Fathers?
This video program explores the issue of First Nations children who grow up without their fathers - the "blind spot." Two central themes in the program can lead to classroom discussion. First, the decimation of the buffalo stripped males of their role as providers and protectors. Moving First Nat...
Community and Kinship Social Development The Challenges of Life Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing Canadian Landscapes: Diverse and Dynamic
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What is It About Us That You Don't Like?
In 2003, Thomas King delivered the forty-second annual series of Massey Lectures. These audio clips consist of five lectures that examine the First Nations experience and imagination. The five lectures are: - "You'll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start - You're Not the Ind...
Equity and Ethics The Challenges of Life The Mysteries of Life Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich
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A Million Porcupines Crying in the Dark
In 2003, Thomas King delivered the forty-second annual series of Massey Lectures. These audio clips consist of five lectures that examine the First Nations experience and imagination. The five lectures are: 1. "You'll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start; 2. You're Not the ...
The Challenges of Life The Mysteries of Life Equity and Ethics Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich
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Let Me Entertain You
In 2003, Thomas King delivered the forty-second annual series of Massey Lectures. These audio clips consist of five lectures that examine the First Nations experience and imagination. The five lectures are: 1. "You'll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start; 2. You're Not the ...
Equity and Ethics Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich The Challenges of Life The Mysteries of Life Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing
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You're Not the Indian I Had in Mind
In 2003, Thomas King delivered the forty-second annual series of Massey Lectures. These audio clips consist of five lectures that examine the First Nations experience and imagination. The five lectures are: 1. "You'll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start; 2. You're Not the ...
Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich The Challenges of Life The Mysteries of Life Equity and Ethics Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing
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"You'll Never Believe What Happened" is Always a Great Way to Start
In 2003, Thomas King delivered the forty-second annual series of Massey Lectures. These audio clips consist of five lectures that examine the First Nations experience and imagination. The five lectures are: 1. "You'll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start; 2. You're Not the ...
Canadian Perspectives: Distinct and Rich The Challenges of Life The Mysteries of Life Equity and Ethics Moving Forward - Establishing and Realizing