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In 1871, British Columbia was lured into the confederation with the promise of a traditional railway within 10 years.
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.
Harold Leblanc was born on March 4th 1922. He was the son of Odillon and Rose Clara. He had three children with his wife Anette Leblanc. His children are Leo, Niel and Kevin, and he also had a sister Margaret. He was a farmer, a fisherman and he was also a carpenter.
this war story was told by walter joseph beck he was born on 1903 march 15 in upper propect halifax county ns when he enisted i was may 18 1918
Baron Manfred Von Richthofen. (1892-1918) The ‘Red Baron’ who was the top flying ace of the war. He is credited with 80 air combat victories, despite flying in a highly visible red aircraft. He was killed in April 1918.
When war broke out in 1914, Canada quickly decieded to help britain. Most Canadians believed it would be brief war. No one was prepared for the four years of bloodshed that lay ahead. In the pat, wars had been timited to fighting by small proessional amies.
Copyright Infringment is bad. Stealing people's work and claiming it as yours is bad. Give credit to the authors, so you don't steal and you can be a decent human being.
In what ways is the aboriginal world view reflected in thier goverment?
Aboriganal societices contained all the elements of polical communities and nationhood, thier own cultures, languages, values, heritage, and territoriltiy.
you were frorced against your will to be in the army if you to skinny or weak they would find a job for you in the army.
-again, people were forced to join army and didn't like it
War measures act
-People from enemy countires like japan and germany were forced to register with the police
-some eventually lost citizenship
Internment of japanese canadians
-The league of nations adopted a policy of appeasement towards hitler.
Great Depression- The worldwide economic downturn that lasted from 1929 until 1939.
Imperialism: The policy of extending the rule of one country over other countries or territories.
White man's war
-aboriginal and african-canadians weren't allowed to serve in the king's army until 1945.
-reason was "because they may be mistreated in war camps"
· The Battle of the Somme began early on the morning of July 1, 1916. It was the bloodiest battle in the WW I history. Canadians soldiers fought as a part of British land forces.
African-Canadians, Japanese-Canadians, and Aboriginal people all had difficulty being allowed into the military
Immigrants from enemy countries were closely monitered
alcohol was eventually outlawed, except for religous, research or prescription puropses
CBC Production: Ordeal by Fire, Part 1
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