how might canada's history from a european perspective be different than an indigenous perspective
The eurocentric perspective focuses on Canada's dominant English-speaking community and it's cultural contributions to the history of the country. The European perspective does not appreciate the cultural diversity of the country. On the contrary, indigenous historians embrace multiperspectiveness, which involves all the communities and their cultural contributions. Indigenous perspective appreciates cultural diversity and the role of indigenous people in shaping Canada's history and promoting democratic leadership.