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Unit 4

The Human Landscape—Who We Are

Part 1: Canada’s Diverse Population

People, People Everywhere—But From Where?

  • 2001 Community Profiles
    Page 167: Statistic Canada’s Community Profiles
    Access information about your community by collecting information from the Statistics Canada website.

Part 2: People Patterns

So You Want to Come to Canada, Eh?

  • Citizenship & Immigration Canada
    Page 175: CIC’s Point System
    Check out the Citizen and Immigration Canada website to learn about selection factors and the point system that determines eligibility for immigration to Canada.

Part 3: Canada’s First Peoples

Aboriginal Peoples Today

  • Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
    Page 190: Land Claims
    Discover some of the history of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples, including information on land claims and treaty rights.

  • The Government of Nunavut
    Page 194: Jobs in Nunavut
    The Government of Nunavut website outlines several important subjects, including current job availability.