3 DIFFERENT TASKS – PLEASE PROVIDE PAGE NUMBERS FOR REFERENCES** 1. WRITE A CRITIQUE ON CONTENT OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES (400 WORDS) SOURCES TO PICK FROM: Menzies, Peter. “Understanding Aboriginal Intergenerational Trauma from a Social Work Perspective”, The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, (2007) Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 367-393.Grammond, Sebastien and Lynne Groulx titled ‘“Finding” Métis Communities”, The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, (2012) 32, 1 pp. 33-49 Pendakur, Krishna. “Aboriginal Income Disparity in Canada”, Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de Politiques, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1 (2011), pp. 61-83. Peters, Evelyn, Mark Rosenburg and Greg Halseth [‘The Ontario’s Metis: Some Aspects of Metis Identity”, Canadian Ethnic Studies/ Etudes ethniques au Canada, Vol. 23, No. 1 (1991), pp. 71-85. Strong-Boag, Veronica. Fostering Nation? Canada Confronts Its History of Childhood Disadvantage. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2011. 2. CREATE A CRITICAL THINKING QUESTION SOURCES TO PICK FROM: Brown, Jennifer. ”A Forest of Family Trees: Rupert’s Land Roots in Western Canada” Canadian Issues, (Winter 2005), pp. 25-27 Burley, David G., “Rooster Town: Winnipeg’s Lost Métis Suburb, 1900-1960”, Urban History Revue/Revue d’histoire urbaine, Vol. XLII, No, I (Fall 2013 autumne), pp. 3-28 3. ANSWER THIS QUESTION (400 WORDS MAX): Within this article the discussion of French-Canadian surnames is prominent. Why are some more popular than others? And what aspects impact the ability to trace family ancestry? SOURCE TO FIND ANSWER: Desjardin, Bertrand, Alain Bideau, Guy Brunet, Hubert Charbonneau, and Jacques Légaré’s article titled “From France to New France: Quebec Past and Present”, The History of the Family, An International Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 2 (2000), pp. 215-226.