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Communities in Canada, 1780-1850

Communities in Canada, 1780-1850

$16.00 /person
Tax Exempt: $16.00

1 adult(s) free
per 10 students


Activity Type: Lab/Exhibit Lesson
Duration: 90 minutes
Subject: Social Studies
Min / Max: 15 / 50 students + adults


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Daily Schedule
Day From To
Monday10:00 am4:30 pm
Tuesday10:00 am4:30 pm
Wednesday10:00 am4:30 pm
Thursday10:00 am4:30 pm
Friday10:00 am4:30 pm
  The following dates and times are not available
From           To  
Tuesday   July 1, 2014   12:00 am   Monday, September 1, 2014 11:59 pm [range]
Friday   August 8, 2014   10:00 am   4:30 pm
Tuesday   September 2, 2014   8:00 am   Friday, September 12, 2014 5:00 pm [range]
Monday   September 15, 2014   1:30 pm   4:30 pm
Tuesday   September 30, 2014   10:00 am   12:30 pm
Monday   October 13, 2014   10:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   December 22, 2014   12:00 am   Friday, January 2, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   February 16, 2015   10:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   March 16, 2015   12:00 am   Friday, March 20, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Friday   April 3, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, April 6, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   May 18, 2015   10:00 am   4:30 pm
Wednesday   July 1, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, September 7, 2015 11:59 pm [range]

Be transported back to the communities of European settlers and First Nations in the early 1800s as you visit the Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada and the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples.

Previously called Early Settlements in Upper Canada

Not available before 10:00 a.m.

Curriculum links:

• describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada, circa 1800

• explore interactions between new settlers, First Nation communities, and the impact of factors such as heritage, natural resources, and climate on early settlers.

• compare life in early settler communities to present-day communities

Maximum 50 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.

Availability subject to change.
 

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