Government: Participating in Canada
Written by Don Quinlan, Mary Jane Pickup, and Terry Lahey.
Published by Oxford University Press, 1999.
|Government: Participating in
Canada examines the powerful trinity that frames Canadian society:
government, law, and citizenship. It encourages young people to discover how
they can become active citizens. Written with a high-school audience in mind,
this book is richly illustrated with photographs, drawings, maps, charts,
eyewitness accounts and case studies that supplement the narrative. Topics
covered include the structure of government, civil law and criminal law, youth
and crime, the meaning and symbols of citizenship, bilingualism and
multiculturalism, volunteerism, and much more. In the twenty-first century, a
new generation of Canadians will be called upon to continue building and
developing Canada. This is a valuable resource for young people who want to
play a role in shaping Canadas future.
Government: Participating in Canada is part of the Canadian Challenges Series, edited by Don Quinlan.
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