Contemporary Studies
Department Teaching Staff
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Mychajlo Wysocanskyj
(Department Head) 

Ms. Beynon
Ms. Boehm 
Mrs. S. Delorey-Sauve
Mr. B. Dillon
Mr. E. Hogan 
Mr. J. Ilagan
Ms. S. Lane
Ms. J. Nino
Mr. D. Peddie

Courses Offered
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Grade 9  Grade 10  Grade 11  Grade 12 

CGC1D - Issues in Canadian Geography

CGC1P - Issues in Canadian Geography

CGC1DI – Géographie du Canada

CHC2D - Canadian History Since World War 1

CHC2DI – Histoire du Canada

CHC2P - Canadian History Since World War 1

HFN2O - Food and Nutrition

CHV2O - Civics (0.5 credit)

CHV2OI - Éducation a la citoyenneté (0.5 credit)

CGG3O - Regional Geography: Travel and Tourism

CHW3M - World History to the End of the Fifteenth Century 

CLU3M - Understanding Canadian Law

HPC3O - Raising Healthy Children

HSP3C - Introduction to Sociology, Psychology and Anthropology

HSP3U- Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology

CGW4U - World Issues: A Geographic Analysis

CGW4C - World Issues: A Geographic Analysis

CGR4E - Living in a Sustainable World

CHY4U - World History since the Fifteenth Century HFA4U - Nutrition and Health

CLN4U - Law

HFA4C - Nutrition and Health

HIP4O - Personal Life Management

HHS4U - Families in Canada

HHS4C - Families in Canada

HPD4C - Working with School Age Children and Adolescents

HSB4U - Challenge and Change

HSE4M - Equity, Diversity and Social Justice

IDC4U - Mentorship

Course Types 

C - College
D - Academic
E - Workplace
I - Immersion
L - Locally Developed
M - University/College
O - Open
P - Applied
U - University