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Canadian and World Studies

Curriculum Brought to Life!

Every semester, Grade 10 his​tory students have the amazing opportunity to interact with a wide range of authentic World War I artifacts. Thoughtful questions and meaningful discussions take place as students have fun trying on, handling, and closely investigating items such as uniforms, gas masks, maps, shrapnel and artillery shells. Students are able to make meaningful connections to our collective past, developing a greater appreciation for the sacrifice and struggle of Canadians throughout WWI.

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​Remembrance Day 

Every November 11th the Canadian World Studies students are responsible for planning an act of remembrance for those who sacrificed so much to give us freedom and peace in Canada. This past year History students were able to organize every member of the Notre Dame community to write a message of peace and to place it on a large poppy which was displayed on Remembrance Day. This visual helps to serves as a reminder of the sorrows of conflict but also the opportunity for positive change and optimism when we come together as a community.

Lest we forget.

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