We challenge you
To discover Canadian History…
With New Eyes

Unique Course Features

– The FIRST Chronological History of Canada from God’s Providential perspective
– The FIRST course to show Canada’s History as a continuum of the prophecy in Daniel Chapter 2
– History for the whole family

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– Full Video Course told in stories
– Discounts on all future courses
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Curriculum Overview

The French Connection

Chronological video stories of God’s providence in the people and events He used to Establish Canada.  
– The mother of Francis I (Louise of Savoy)
– Francis I and his offspring
– Francis’s sister (Marguerite of Navarre) and her offspring
– Pope Clement VII’s niece  (Catherine de Medici)
– The Wars of Religion and the persecution of the Huguenots, and 
– The Edict of Nantes
These ALL played specific roles in settling Canada

The British Connection

The British arrive in Acadia and New France. We follow the events of:
– The treaty of Utrecht and the French-Indian Wars
– The dispersion of the Acadians
– The conquest of Quebec
– The influx of Anglicans, Presbyterians and Methodists and their influence on establishing a ‘Protestant ethos’.


World events which motivated the British colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Upper- and Lower- Canada to seek strength in unity. 
– The War of 1812
– The Upper Canada Rebellion (1837)
– The Lower Canada Rebellion (1838)
– The American Civil War (1861 -1865)
and other world events which showed their vulnerability.

The Native Connection

Answers to these specific questions:
– What were the initial relationships between the French Huguenots and the Natives?
– When and how did the relationships between settlers and Natives change?
– What were the successes in relationship IN SPITE of their challenges?
– What were the failures in their relationships BECAUSE OF their challenges? 


After Confederation, the new Dominion struggled to establish the framework for governance.
– The Purchase of Rupert’s Land & – The Red River Rebellion
– The sequence of Provinces joining Confederation 
– Immigration to ‘new’ provinces
– The Pacific Railway Scandal 
–  The North-West Rebellion & Louis Riel (1885)
– The Manitoba Schools Question

Social Change & The Charter

Canada’s adjustment to social change brought about by
– World Wars 1 & 2
– Conscription and Japanese Internment
– The Great Depression
– Native and Voting Issues
– The Rise of Socialism
– Quebec Sovereignty & Referendum
– The influence of Pierre Trudeau and The Charter.

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