Études canadiennes contemporaines 11

First Semester 

Études canadiennes contemporaines 11 is a contemporary history course that gives learners the opportunity to reflect on Canada’s changing contexts at home and on the world stage from 1945 to the present. The course explores three interrelated themes: Canadian identities, conflict and resolution, and justice and reconciliation. Learners will analyse relevant case studies through a variety of lenses inclusive of Indigenous and African Canadian perspectives. Learners will investigate major events that served as catalysts for change in relation to Canadian politics, economics, and society. Throughout the course, learners will develop skills that will allow them to implement an independent study, using the historical method, in an area of Canadian history of their choosing.

Course outcomes can be referenced in the ’At-a-Glance’ course document

Course Additional Information

Course Materials




Laptop or desktop device with Windows, Mac, or Chrome OS. Webcam and headset with microphone. Access to Google Workspace for Education (GNSPES/SEPNE) or other productivity software.

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