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FREE digital access to Righting Canada’s Wrongs

Students need good resources whether they are in classrooms or learning remotely. That’s why we’re offering free digital access to the Righting Canada’s Wrongs series. Until December 31, you can have FREE online access so that students can learn about Residential Schools, the Chinese Head Tax, Japanese Canadian Internment, and more.
You and your students can have unlimited simultaneous access to the full versions of all six books. Email to get set up with a simple single username and password for the Canadian Cloud Library that you can share with your students so they can access the books from anywhere — even if your school’s delivery model changes abruptly.
A FREE teaching resource guide for this series is also available for download:

Download the RCW Teacher’s Guide

Questions? Send an email or call us at 1-800-565-1975 (Mon-Fri 8-4 Eastern). Click here to preview the Canadian Cloud Library website.
Righting Canada’s Wrongs is a series devoted to describing and understanding the impact of government actions that violated the rights of groups of Canadian citizens, the subsequent fight for acknowledgment and justice, and the eventual apologies and restitution made by governments.
Reading level: Grades 4.0-6.0
Interest level: Ages 13+

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