As you can see, the War of Spanish Succession, the Seven Year War, the Constitutional Act and the Act of Union were very important events that changed the shape of our country. It shaped our country by creating conditions for Canada’s Confederation. These conditions were crucial for Canada’s Confederation because it made Canada’s Confederation possible to happen. The legacy of the past left us to speak mostly english and we get the chance to vote for people in the government. This was important because instead of us speaking english people would be speaking mostly French in Canada.
During his time as Prime Minster, he accomplished multiple “things” for the country. Some examples are the Canadian pension plan, universal health care system, unified arm force, maple leaf flag. Most importantly however was the influence Pearson had on Canada’s nationalism, such ways as bring the two opposed people of Canada, known as Anglophones and Francophones together, and having a common ground. When Quebec revealed that it did not want to be ran by an English government, Pearson knew this problem could be solved by cooperation. During his first year and a half, Pearson had more meetings than Diefenbaker had in his six year
Men aged 20-45 were forced to leave their families, join the war and fight for Britain. The English wanted French-Canadians to join, because they felt that Quebec had not pulled their own weight. Quebec refused to join which lead to riots in Montreal, the government needed help from the
By forcing them to return to Europe, they ultimately forced the Jews to face impending doom. All because they didn’t fit the description of what a “Canadian” looked or acted like. Nonetheless, over time these radical and racist policies decreased and in 1967 and a points system was introduced. This allowed the elimination of racial discrimination and was more focused towards the economic interest of Canada. One reference states, Canada’s point system was in the 1967 Immigration Act which gave people with higher education or certain skills a better chance into getting into Canada… This made immigration for skilled workers easier and encouraged them to come to Canada from anyplace in the world.
Charles Fisher was a man who brought momentous change to New Brunswick. His father’s political work influenced Charles’s later journey into politics. He was the leading lawyer of his day and a Father of Confederation. He contributed to composing the British North America Act. Despite his blunt language and stubborn behavior, he played a significant role in helping New Brunswick join the Confederation.
The war was now over and Britain had gone into debt, leaving the United States as the leading economic country (Cranny, p.57). Due to Canada being right beside the U.S., with numerous amounts of natural resources, the United States was extremely interested in trade with Canada. This gave Canada some economic freedom as they had the choice to trade with either Britain or the United States. By choosing the United States they showed that they the capacity to think logically and independently from Britain, and Britain let them as Canada wasn’t forced into trade agreements with Britain. This showed that even before the Balfour Report and Statute of Westminster that Britain was considering making Canada autonomous soon.
Even now it passed about 200 years, Canada has a two language aspects. There are some reasons why English and French came to share the same country. According to Beausejour (2011), First of all, it is important to know that the victory of the English on the Plains of Abraham in 1759 certainly changed the future of the province of Quebec. The coexistence of French and English began with the conquest of Nouvelle-France by the English in this battle. Until France officially ceded the territory to the Britain with the treaty of Paris in 1763, this territory was known as "Nouvelle-France".
The United States Constitution and the Iroquois Constitution both have many similarities and differences. However, the Iroquois Constitution came a couple centuries before the United States Constitution, so some of the ideas that were in the Iroquois Constitution are now included in the United States Constitution. But this does not mean these constitutions are the same, and this paper is going to help explain some of the ways they differ and share ideas. The first of the similarities is how the Iroquois have what they call the " Tree of Great Peace." This compares to what we have with the three branches of government.
Things are always interpreted in different ways; it all depends on which side you are on. For example, to most Canadians, the United States is a country that reaches out and tries to prevent wars and terrorism. Others say they are nosy, can’t keep to their own business and start wars. Perspective changes everything, and Oliver Cromwell is no exception. Ever since he became Lord Protector of England there have been many interpretations of him.
This decision proved controversial as many said it turned the province into a police state. In addition, the October Crisis contributed to the creation of a new act and marked the final use of the WMA. Trudeau ended the WMA on April 30, 1971, and, on July 21, 1988, the