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An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)

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Type: Virtual classroom
Duration: 03:00 hours
Status: Active

Learning about and understanding our shared history is an important step towards reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. This course explores colonialism and other historical themes and events in a way that provides an opportunity to see Canada's history from a new perspective. Participants will learn how the relationships with First Peoples in Canada have developed over the past 500 years and how to begin the work of addressing the impact of this history on all Canadians.

Topics include:

  • examining historical periods in the relationship between Indigenous Peoples and settlers
  • reviewing themes and events in colonial history
  • acknowledging the impacts of historical events on the lives of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples today

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More about this course
  • Topics: Government priorities; Respectful and inclusive workplace
  • Community: Employees
  • Business line: Indigenous Learning
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

Upcoming offerings

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List of available offerings for course K113
DateTitleTypeLocationLanguage
January 20, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEEnglish
February 3, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEEnglish
February 17, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEFrench
February 24, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEEnglish
March 10, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEFrench
March 24, 2022An Introduction to Canada's Colonial History (K113)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEEnglish

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