Trade and International Relations

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In 1904, Sir Wilfrid Laurier boldly predicted that “it is Canada that shall fill the 20th century.” In the course of the past hundred years, Canada has evolved from colony to dominion to fully independent state. This book traces this dramatic evolution through an examination of primary sources and focuses on Canada’s changing social, political, and economic relationships with Great Britain, the United States, and the wider world. What emerges is a powerful portrait of Canada’s determined but occasionally agonizing and faltering quest both for recognition on the international stage and for a distinct role in an increasingly interconnected global village.

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Weight 0.27 kg
Dimensions 30.5 × 23 × .41 cm



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Learning Focus

Inquiry, Literacy, Primary Sources


Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory


Language Arts/English, Social Studies/History