Canada's immigration policies

In this critical challenge, students assess the overall success of three sets of immigration policies in 19th century Canada - Sir John A. MacDonald's National Policy, Clifford Sifton's Immigration Policy and practices by religious communities and missionaries - based on their impact on various groups.

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Subjects:
Social studies
Targeted grade range:
Intermediate (4-6), Middle (7-9)
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