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The movement for women to vote started around 1897 by Millicent Fawcett when She started the National Union Of Womens Suffrage. suffrage meant the right to vote which is exactly what women wanted during this time.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Canadian pacific railway
Canadian Pacific railway was formed to physically unite canada and canadian from coast to coast and the building of the railway ss considered to be one of canadas greatest enginering.
In 1871, British Columbia was lured into the confederation with the promise of a traditional railway within 10 years.
In The Year 1880 Month October the 21 the goverment finally signed contract for the Canada Railway Company,
It is amazing how much the new technology impacts business'. I knew it was a lot much just how much. I was also found it interesting when they talked about being above and below the fold. It makes sense but I hadn't thought about it before.
I've never actually thought about how technology is taking bigger and bigger steps, so the whole video sort of suprised me and it was very intresting. They were saying that only 90% were looking at the above fold, so thats really not even scrolling down to look at any other sites.
1- Most tech out now isn't going to stay it's going down as new tech comes out making it obsolete.
2- How emails don't support videos in the email.
Before 1920, women were not allowed to vote. Only men could. Thie was because women were believed to be less intelligent when it came to making a political decision. In the years of 1840-1920 there were many women suffragists.
3. The Canadian Pacific railway role was to physically unite Canada and Canadians from coast to coast. it as Canadas first transcotinental railway. The railway was incorperated inbetween Eastern Canada and British Colombia in 1881 and completed in 1885.
Women’s suffrage is the movement, which struggle for the right of women to vote in political elections. The movement also embraces demands for opportunity to run a public office. The women’s suffrage movement was a decades-long struggle.
- The first use of railways in canada was july 21, 1836.
- The CPR started on 1881 and finished in 1885 november the 7.
- The CPR was build to unite the new nation of Canada.
3. Before 1885, transporting goods and people was very difficult. Transporting items from one side of the country to the other would take a long time. They would do so by carriage or by boats. Sir John A.
3. The Canadian Pacific Railway was a railroad that connected the East Coast to the West Coast. The railway helped with wartime efforts and to transport goods, and as the industry grew, it established airlines and hotels.
Canada’s confederation on July 1, 1867 brought four eastern provinces together to form a new country. But, this new country needed a good mean of transportation. The Canadian Pacific Railway was formed as a greatest solution for difficulties in travel.
The Canadian Pacific Railway was formed to unite Canada and Canadian’s from east to west.
3.) The womens roles in colonial economy were to provide and get all the supplys that were being used at the time of the world. They also were the backbone of the economy they ran the buisness's, they provided education, and they were also worked as nurses.
the role for the canadian rail it was orignaly made to concet eastern side of canada to BC. BC said that they would join canada if they could make a railway from east to west. the railway was finally completed in 1885.
heartland-a region that is the economic centre of a country or empire
hinterland- a region that provides the resources needed by the heartland
the king would typically be up in the heartland
Sir John A. Macdonals was the Canadian prime minister but when he lost the election, Alexander Mackenzie took his place. But when Alexander was prime minister, businesses were failing, people were unimployed and Canada wasn't making any money.
1497- cabot reaches the grand banks of Newfoundland marking the begining of the cod fisherie
1543- contact between east coast Aboriginal and cartier marks the begining of fur trade
1670- royal charter creates Hudson's Bay company
1811- timber trade flourishes
1497 – John Cabot reached Newfoundland and began the fish trade between “The New Land” and The British Empire
1543 - Contact between colonialists and Aboriginal people - fur trade is shaping
Leo Clarke 1892-1916
Corporal Barron was born in Boyndie, Banffshire, Scotland, in 1893. He immigrated to Canada in 1910 and enlisted with the Canadian Expeditionary Force in Toronto in 1914. Barron was serving with the 3rd Battalion on November, 1917, at the battle of Passchendaele.