Discovering Canadas Government
Written by Daniel Francis.
Published by Oxford University Press, 2001.
| Designed to meet the expectations for the history strand of the
Ontario curriculum, Discovering Canadas Government covers
Canadas system of government today. Students learn about the federal
government and the parliamentary system, the judicial system, the constitution
and human rights in Canada, Aboriginal self-government, and active citizenship.
Written in a two-page spread format for easy reading, the text is richly illustrated in full colour, with maps, illustrations, and photographs.
Series editor: J. Bradley Cruxton.
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