Law in Action
Designed for a variety of learning styles, Law in Action features refreshed content, new and updated cases, and an interactive eGuide for teachers.
Making Connections, 3e
Re-conceptualized to focus on big ideas, geographic thinking, critical thinking skills, and inquiry-based learning.
Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
Features topics such as Voices of the Peoples; Connections; Inquiring Minds; Timelines; Words Matter; Thinking It Through; Reflection boxes; Case Studies; Building Your Skills; and Web Connects
Aboriginal Beliefs, Values, and Aspirations
Topics include Worldviews, Teaching Rocks, the land is sacred, hunting & fishing rights, Indigenous identities, stereotypes, lacrosse, families & communities, leadership, governance, we are all treaty people, Ipperwash, urban issues, education & languages
Crossroads - A Meeting of Nations, 2nd edition
Grade 9 BC Social Studies available in student edition, student eText, and Interactive eGuide.
Horizons - Canada's Emerging Identity, 2nd Edition
A Grade 10 BC Social Studies resource available in student edition, student eText, and Interactive eGuide.
Counterpoints - Exploring Canadian Issues, 2nd Edition
A Grade 11 BC Social Studies resource available in student edition, student eText, and Interactive eGuide.
Designed to engage students through a focus on big ideas.
The Cultural Landscape, 13th Ed.
The 13th Edition incorporates the latest data and applied examples of human geography, helps students connect global concepts and phenomena to their local geographies, and engages students in active debate around the most critical topics of human geography.
Canada in the Contemporary World
The program helps students discover how people can make a difference as citizens of their country and of the world and think critically about the past so that they can make responsible decisions about today's national and global issues.
Geographic Issues in the Twenty-First Century
The text provides an ecological understanding of local and global events by examining the processes that shape the Earth and that show how people and other living things interact with the environment.