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  • L'impact de la colonisation européenne sur les peuples autochtones de 1701 à 1867 | The Virtual Historian
    sur les peuples autochtones de 1701 à 1867 Virtual Historian Tue 05 28 2013 08 05 http www historienvirtuel ca fr node 4250 cliquez sur le lien et connectez vous avec votre mot de passe c Leçon élaborée par Véronique

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/4768 (2014-10-09)
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  • « A day in the life » : Les autochtones avant l'arrivée des Européens | The Virtual Historian
    A day in the life Les autochtones avant l arrivée des Européens Virtual Historian Mon 10 29 2012 11 40 http www historienvirtuel ca fr node 2740 cliquez sur le lien et connectez vous avec votre mot de passe Leçon

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/3874 (2014-10-09)
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  • Le rôle de l'Église catholique dans la communauté franco-ontarienne | The Virtual Historian
    Historian Le rôle de l Église catholique dans la communauté franco ontarienne Virtual Historian Mon 10 29 2012 11 19 http www historienvirtuel ca fr node 2764 cliquez sur le lien et connectez vous avec votre mot de passe Leçon

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/3873 (2014-10-09)
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  • Leçon: Le Krash de 1929 | The Virtual Historian
    Le Krash de 1929 Virtual Historian Mon 10 29 2012 11 10 http www historienvirtuel ca fr cohen Krach29 section mission cliquez sur le lien et connectez vous avec votre mot de passe Activité élaborée par JEAN LUC MARCIL FERLAND

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/3872 (2014-10-09)
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  • Blog | The Virtual Historian
    CREATE CONTENT then BLOG ENTRY Pour créer un blogue vous devez vous connecter Cliquer sur le MENU en haut à gauche et choisir CRÉER UN CONTENU et ensuite choisir BILLET DE BLOG Partager vos ressources Virtual Historian Sun 08 21 2011 10 31 Quelles sont vos ressources privilégiées pour enseigner l histoire locale provinciale nationale ou mondiale en salle de classes Read more Share your resources Virtual Historian Sun 08

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/blog?page=1 (2014-10-09)
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  • Shared Lessons | The Virtual Historian
    Log in Register What s New Lessons Publications Support Training Tutorial Blog Public Lessons Members Lessons Shared Lessons The Virtual Historian Shared Lessons You can add lesson here by entering the URL in the form below Privacy Policy Promotion Media

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/shared-lessons (2014-10-09)
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  • The Virtual Historian
    in Register What s New Lessons Publications Support Training Tutorial Blog Public Lessons Members Lessons Shared Lessons The Virtual Historian Canada U S Relations Single lesson Back Caption HMCS Toronto in front of the CN Tower 2005 Privacy Policy Promotion

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/large-index/856 (2014-10-09)
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  • Canada - U.S. Relations (Single lesson) | The Virtual Historian
    tour of Canadian and American cities along the Great Lakes following the return of HMCS Toronto from the Gulf of Oman where the Canadian ship took part of a mission on the Global War on Terrorism The modern navy ship navigated in Canadian waters from Halifax to Toronto But before HMCS Toronto was allowed to sail to its namesake city the Canadian Embassy in Washington D C had to deliver a formal diplomatic letter to U S authorities well before her departure from Halifax Question In your opinion why would a Canadian navy ship sailing in Canadian waters have to send a formal diplomatic note to U S authorities before departure Mission Investigate the case of the HMCS Toronto based upon the sources provided to you 1 Explain why Canadian authorities have to notify their U S counterparts when Canadian navy ships navigate on the Great Lakes Use appropriate source s and reference s to support your explanation 2 Discuss the implications of such diplomatic procedures for post September 11 Canada U S relations More specifically what has changed since the 1800s in Canada US relations What has remained the same Steps 1 Consult the satellite map of Eastern Canada

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/856?section=mission (2014-10-09)
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