Heritage Collection: The Immigrant Experience
Canadians often use the term “mosaic” to describe their country: a nation of immigrants with the capacity to preserve ethnic and cultural uniqueness within a country whose broader focus is civic nationalism. Debates over immigration policies, as well as acceptable intake numbers, however continue into the 21st century. The primary documents in this book offer a survey of Canadian immigrants and the impact they have made on the cultural, economic, and social values of our Canadian society.
- ISBN: 9780921156802
- Author: Rose Meyer
- 56 pages
- Ages: 8-12, 12+
4 in stock
THE CANADIAN HERITAGE COLLECTION explores 20th Century Canadian history through primary source documents. Each volume focuses on a central theme and is organized by decade to show the unique flavour of the period, its appearance and mood, the defining issues and events, and prominent people who shaped it.