This course provides an introduction to monetary and financial economics, with special reference to the Canadian economy. Topics covered include fundamentals of financial markets and instruments, the term structure of interest rates, the nature and
Students will be co-registered in two Grade 10 level English courses (2 credits each). In these courses students may focus on topics such as the writing process, written communication, terminology, analysis and interpretation of text.
This course is an advanced English preparatory course. The course focuses on university-level reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Students develop skills in summary writing, essay writing, research and documentation of sources in MLA format. Students
This is a course in the fundamentals of university-level reading and writing. Students will analyze university-level prose and write academic papers for a variety of purposes. Attention is given to the writing process, rhetorical strategies, paragraph development, grammar,