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-there was 60,000 people that died out of the population of 8 million.
-70 percent of those who enlist are recent imigrants from britain
-3000 women were killed by their own husbands that were under the influence
-in Canada, imigrants are forced to sign up for the war
I wonder why it took so long to update the law on internet file sharing and streaming. Those things were not new in 2012. Same can be said about the 2007 amendment that made it illegal to record movies in cinemas without authorization. What took it so long?
In late July 1914, the immediate cause was when Arcduke Franz Frinand and his pregnant wife were assasinated on June 28th 1914.
You should never pass someone elses work as your own. They worked very hard on it and its not fair to them to use it without proper credit.
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Copyright is when you take someone elses piece of work and use as ur own. When u take someones own thinking and hard and possibly stressfull work and use as your own to gain something from someone or something.
During the summer of 1760, British forces advanced up the St.
Whaling and cod fishing, both seasonal activities, only a small proportion of the population were directly involved, but fishing and whaling nevertheless continued to be a significant component of the economy.But the fur trade was the real economic driver of New France.
Railroad building and bridge building
The Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Quebec; https://youtu.be/Q8keAEKDD6c
-august 5th 1812, a warrior plans an ambush, cheif tacomsi of the shining nation.
-tacomsi was a leader, because they believed in his vision.
-the british have been protecting their lands, and tacomsi wants to make a deal with them.
-Revolutionary war happened 1776
-people came to Canada for white pine trees, used for masts of ships
-when guns were introduced to America, it made huntuing bison easier, and thus they were almost hunted to extinction
- On the eastern edge of british colombie wich is now nb has the most valible trees
-june 1776 near the village of saint john, the men spent months cutting trees, but there is a log jam
-the british will pay up to 25 thousand for a pine
-Britan's colonies grew, british outnumbered french 18 to 1
-France sent france's poorest women to America, called them "Les filles du roi" (Daughters of the king)
-English founder thicker pelts, worth more (Radisson and Groseilliers)
Fresh Sea Foods: juvenille whale, baluga whale and bowhead whale, ringed seal, bearded seal. sculpin, artic cod, artic char, lake trout and capelin.
Land Foods: Caribou, Polar Bear, and Muskov. Birds and their eggs.
Canada's Part in WW1