A Canadian-produced look at Remembrance Day – its history, its stories, its meaning and its symbols. Using both archival and modern-day footage, this program provides young students with a...[Lire la suite]
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Mariages forcés au Canada Chaque année, de jeunes Québécoises appartenant à certaines communautés culturelles sont obligées par leurs parents à contracter un mariage qu'elles ne souhaitent...[Lire la suite]
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A concerned teacher stages a financial intervention for some of her students. You'll meet Darrel, Leona, Jessica and Kristin, four high school students wading through the financial world of pay...[Lire la suite]
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Introduce elementary-aged students to money! From a field trip in a Dollar Store to a visit to a bank to an interview with a volunteer organization, children will learn what money is, how it is...[Lire la suite]
République démocratique du Congo, Soudan du Sud, Irak, Kurdistan… partout dans le monde, les conflits sanglants, à petite ou grande échelle, se multiplient. Devenus plus complexes avec les...[Lire la suite]
Just what does Québec want? Most English Canadians do wonder… This POV documentary revisits the Quiet Revolution from an anglo-francophile Quebecer perspective. Featuring editorialist...[Lire la suite]
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Every day across the world people make the difficult decision to leave their home, families, possessions and connections with their local community and walk away to an uncertain and often...[Lire la suite]
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Indian Residential Schools are a part of our shared history in Canada. Prior to European contact, First Nations people had their own education system, governing system, beliefs and customs. While...[Lire la suite]
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First Nations people have lived in this country for many thousands of years. They were here long before anyone else. In the 16th century, European explorers and missionaries began making their way...[Lire la suite]
On January 27, 1945, Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet soldiers. Auschwitz was a network of concentration camps built and operated in occupied Poland by Nazi Germany during the Second World...[Lire la suite]

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