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Social Justice 12
A unique course that will develop students’ ethical and philosophical reasoning skills by exploring issues of injustice in a local and global context. Students will examine inequality and injustice based on ability, age, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status. Students will investigate cause(s) and consequence(s) of injustice and they will work to invoke change becoming ethical and socially responsible global citizens. Students will recognize their own biases and hypocrisies. Topics include: animal rights, media, consumerism, propaganda, children’s rights, war and child labour, peace, genocide, poverty, homophobia, women’s rights, racism, human rights, dysconscious racism, global issues and conflicts, environmentalism, globalization, peace, and social justice “heroes”.

Law 12
A survey course of Canadian law and legal issues; emphasis is on statute law, case law, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and criminal and civil law as encountered by the average citizen. Topics include: Procedural law; human rights; contracts; torts; family law; consumer law; young offenders law; and emerging legal concerns.

Civics 11
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