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Contemporary Canada: Places, Peoples and Perspectives

Course Code GNED-105
Lecture hours per week 3
Lab hours per week
Course Availability: Open
Description: Students will critically explore Canada’s geography, its past, its peoples, its political and socio-economic institutions and national and international relationships in order to arrive at an understanding of our present. Students will learn about, reflect upon, and analyse Canadian issues, their roots, their meaning today, and their influence on our future. Throughout the course, students will find that the topics will explore the challenges we face as Canadians. By its very nature, this course requires flexibility to respond effectively to current issues affecting Canada during the semester.