Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968

Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
Canada’s History of French-English Relations to the Pearson Years, 1775 to 1968
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This Power Point presentation is a review of the key events in the history of French/English relations between 1775 and 1968. Beginning with highlights from Lord Durham's Report, students will be able to chronicle the many injustices that contributed to the rise of Quebec separatism in the 1960s. This Power Point contains the images of Prime Ministers Macdonald, Laurier, Borden, Meighen, King, and Pearson, with quotations for greater context. The French and English versions of the national anthem, analysis from Roch Carrier's The Hockey Sweater, and a quick overview of the events leading to the rise of Rene Levesque and Pierre Trudeau should solidify students' understanding of the quintessential dilemma of Canadian history.
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