The course examines social science topics and issues in Canadian society from 1815-1914. Students are provided with the opportunity to explore social issues from a variety of perspectives by applying analytical and critical thinking skills that encourage them to develop and revise their own points of view. Students study issues and topics related to Canadian society, culture, governance, economy, geography, and environment.
Course code: SOSC 0751
Length: 96.0 hours
PrerequisitesGrade 9 English or equivalent
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