Origins: Canadian History to Confederation

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Nelson Education Limited, Nov 14, 2016 - 544 pages
Origins and its post-Confederation partner Destinies continue their unrivalled ability to tell the story of the history of Canada by balancing different types of history while maintaining a coherent narrative that does not drown the reader in detail. In their new editions, these books have made even greater investment in student engagement, from beautiful production values to a careful integration of social history, with relevant examples that show readers history in the novels and films around them. MindTap(tm), a fully online learning solution, combines all learning tools--readings, multimedia, activities, and assessments--into a single Learning Path that guides the student through the curriculum and brings history to life!

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Dr. Wardhaugh is a political and regional historian of late nineteenth- and twentieth-century Canada whose research interests include federalism, the Prairie West, rural/small town, and the Métis. Dr. Wardhaugh teaches courses on all aspects of Canadian history. He was nominated for the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2004 and 2005, and won the award in 2008.

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