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Sir Wilfrid Laurier : Builder of today's Canada

Fondation canadienne pour le dialogue des cultures
#300, 450 Rideau St, Ottawa, ON K1N 5Z4
Phone : (613) 241-6055


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School year/Age

Grades 7 to 12

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion

School subject (primary)

Social studies

School subject (secondary)


Teaching materials

Comic book, videos, contest and teachers' guide

Links with the curriculum

The activities are designed for students in Grades 7 to 12. They can be used in French (reading, writing, communication) or Scocial studies.


To access the resources please click on the following links:

Comic book (fr)

Comic book (en)

Teachers’ guide (fr)

Teachers' guide (en)

To receive a printed comic book, please contact the Canadian Foundation for the Dialogue of Cultures by e-mail or phone. The amount of printed comic books is limited.




The Canadian Foundation for Cross-Cultural Dialogue, the instigator of the project, aims to promote and support dialogue and reconciliation between the various components of the Canadian society. 

As part of the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation and Sir Wilfrid Laurier's 175th birthday, the objectives of this project are:

  • Promote Sir Wilfrid Laurier's contribution to the building of Canada;
  • Identify and promote the events and accomplishments of Sir Wilfrid Laurier as Canada's first Francophone Prime Minister;
  • Share a common vision of this unrecognized figure in the evolution of today's Canada;
  • Encourage the interest of young Canadians in the history of the country, the characters and events that shaped it;
  • Have a common experience shared by French and English high school students.




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