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Grade 6 - Social Studies: Communities in Canada, Past & Present

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See the Dear Canada website for classroom resources related to this book series.

For more titles or to see what's available at your locationplease search the catalogue or ask your school's Learning Commons staff.


Search words for the catalogue
First Nations; Inuit; Métis; Acadians; loyalists; Black history; European settlers; immigration/ immigrants Canada; multiculturalism; diversity; Canadian Charter of Rights; human rights; Canadian identity.

For more titles or to see what's available at your locationplease search the catalogue or ask your school's Learning Commons staff.


Search words for the catalogue
First Nations; Inuit; Métis; Acadians; loyalists; Black history; European settlers; immigration/ immigrants Canada; multiculturalism; diversity; Canadian Charter of Rights; human rights; Canadian identity.

Inquiry Process

  • How have different communities contributed to the evolution of Canadian identity?
  • What experiences have shaped the stories of different communities in Canada? What experiences have shaped the story of your own community?
  • How do we determine the importance of certain developments or events?
  • Why might an event or development be important to one group but not to others?
  • In what ways is your story part of the story of Canada?​

The Ontario Curriculum, 2013 (revised)
Social Studies, Grades 1-6;
History and Geography, Grades 7-8