Canada, A Country of Change 1867 to Present By Graham Broad & Mathew Rankin Categories: Education, Arts & Humanities, History, Post-confederation (1867-), Study & Teaching, Social Science, North America Imprint: Portage & Main Press Show edition details Ebook (PDF) : 9781774920152, 224 pages, August 2021 Ebook (PDF) $44.00 View Table of Contents Share: Table of contents ContentsAbout This BookIntroduction: Citizenship in a Country of ChangeI. Putting Canada Together1. Canada in 18672. Manitoba Becomes a Province3. From Sea to Sea: Adding Provinces and TerritoriesII. Challenges for a New Country4. Aboriginal Peoples in the New Country of Canada5. The Newcomers6. Into the 20th centuryIII. Canada Grows Up7. World War I, 1914–19188. Between the Wars: Change and the Depression9. World War II, 1939–1945IV. Shaping Contemporary Canada10. Canada on the World Stage11. A Modern Industrial Nation12. A Changing and Diverse SocietyV. Canada Today13. What Makes Us Canadian?14. Toward a Fair and Just Society15. Our GovernmentConclusion: Into the 21st CenturyAppendix A: TimelineAppendix B: Prime Ministers of CanadaGlossaryImage CreditsIndex Description Canada; A Country of Change (1867 to Present) explores the characters and events that have shaped Canada. Through Confederation, two world wars, Depression, and post-war prosperity, Canada has risen to become the free country we know today. In this book, your students will discover the exciting story that defines our nation. It includes: Historical photographs and artwork; Primary archival documents, including letters and other first-person accounts; Sidebars that extend the main text; Profiles of Canada’s prime ministers; Fun facts that connect history to children’s own experiences; Maps and charts designed for young readers; and Much more.