Pivotal Voices

Exploring Identity, Inclusion and Citizenship: The 1907 Vancouver Riots

Although it focuses on the lead up, details and aftermath of riots in Vancouver at the turn of the twentieth century, these materials explore one of the most important questions in Canadian social, political and economic history from the perspectives of five key groups: Aboriginal, Chinese, European, Japanese, and South Asian people.
Suitable for Grades 7–12.
This resource includes a teachers’ guide and a double set of supplementary documents.

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