- The table of contents for Economics for Canadians Table of Contents
- The correspondence chart outlining how the lessons in the book line up with the updated 2015 Ontario CIA4U curriculum objectives (which have a lot in common with the curricular objectives of other Canadian economics courses) 2015 CIA4U Curriculum Objectives and Corresponding Lessons in Economics for Canadians 2020
- The 4 lesson section on the ongoing Global Financial Crisis (which might be useful for other courses in business and social studies) to get a feel for how the book is written https://bryce.gumroad.com/l/VhSa (the download is free)
- A couple of lessons from earlier in the book, The Magic of Markets Lesson 9 and The Policy Balance Lesson 57
I believe passionately in the importance of students learning economics in high school. Before sending out the mailer I was delighted to learn that Manitoba, New Brunswick, PEI, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador had updated their economics course curricula relatively recently. While I sell books regularly to PEI, British Columbia and Ontario, I am excited by the prospect of supporting students in Manitoba and the remaining Atlantic provinces as well.
Thanks again for dropping by. If you have any questions, please write me an email at bryceATcroecko.com. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Cartoon Credit: Jude Potvin