Dynamic interactive format delivers a compelling learning experience
Print edition coming soon for anyone who loves books.
This is the in-depth story of Sir Wilfrid’s life from childhood to his twilight years. Follow one of the most revered politicians in Canadian history.
Recommended for teachers and students in Grades 9-12
The Life and Times of Sir Wilfrid Laurier is freely accessible to all teachers and students in English and French.
Sir Wilfrid’s story is brought to life through compelling images illustrating the highs and lows of his celebrated career while revealing his common humanity.
Features original videos, archival images, original sound track and special effects. Recommended on Mac/PC using Google Chrome and on tablets and iPads running the latest OS.
Comprehensive suite of curriculum-connected resources and lesson plans smoothing the way for classroom implementation.
Sir Wilfrid’s family life; Francophone politics in Quebec and on the national stage; The tragedy of Louis Riel; the Manitoba Schools Crisis; Outbreak of the First World War; and Mandatory conscription.
What was the most surprising thing your class learned about Sir Wilfrid and why?
Send us your answer (up to 250 words) for a chance to win a print edition of the graphic novel and a $25 Staples Gift Card!
Contest closes January 31, 2018.