The First World War had the most significant impact on the Canadian nation, changing it for decades to come. This is evident because of how Canada could be less respected if it wasn’t for their war contributions, how women’s rights could have been different or non-existent, and how Canada could not have gained it’s independence from Britain. In conclusion, World War One impacted Canada greatly
Many people could care less of homeless veterans even though those veterans give those people freedom and rights. Those people need to help support our homeless veterans. The government is already helping homeless veterans get off the streets and helping them start a new life. Many kids have parents that have served in the military including my parents. I couldn’t imagine what would happen to us.
The total of Britain colonies in 1913 is 12,740,000 miles square. Colonies helped mother country economically by providing more resources, and they helped the militarily by providing more soldiers. The Milsim is a cause of world war I. Although there are more to cover the main idea is that Miles was the main cause of World War I. Just because of milsim there was a large war in many countries.
Canada is well known for its peacekeeping efforts and contributions through peacekeeping. Yet, few of the population knows of Canada’s transition to peacemaking, and how Canada aims to return to keeping peace instead creating it. Peacekeeping first transitioned to peacemaking after the Cold War. The change caused public opinion to drop, resulting in Canada declining missions, and contributing less to the UN’s peacekeeping efforts. The Canadian government became unhappy with what Canada's Peacekeeping had become, and decided to take on and complete missions in a manner unlike the way that they were completed for years prior, but in a way alike peacekeeping once was.
Pierre Trudeau was one of Canada’s greatest Prime Minister’s, who’s impact fundamentally changed the course of the nation by introducing multiculturalism, for introducing the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and for paradoxically upholding democracy by strong action during the October Crisis. Canada is known globally for diversity and acceptance of different
Although his mother initially wants to help out Mary Dempster, she quickly changes her mind once the incident in the gravel pit occurs. However, Dunstan’s guilt stops him from abandoning Mary Dempster, therefore a disagreement rises between the two. He believes, “…that nobody - not even my [his] mother - was to be trusted…” (36). He ultimately enlists in the army in order to escape choosing between his mother and Mary Dempster. After the war ended, he learns about his parent’s death and feels indifferent and relieved even.
These new inventions and creations in the 1920’s have helped with the creation of the technology we have today and has helped in different wars and helped soldiers, it has helped in making it easier to get around with the auto industry expanding, and has improved the lives of diabetics due to the discovery of insulin and is one major factor in progression in Canada. Canadian culture has progressed in this time aswell which has shaped our television, movies and songs we have today. The group of seven was created who created many different paintings of Canadian landscape, movies and radio’s begin to get popular in Canada and the government creates CBC which was created to promote Canadian culture. All of this is progression and important to Canada because without all of this, television, movies and the radio would be completely different and would change our culture completely. In conclusion, the 1920’s was a year of progression for a lot of reasons which has shaped the way Canada is today and without any of these things, Canada would be completely
We celebrate Veterans Day every year on November 11th to honor the men and women who served and is still serving our wonderful country. We shouldn’t honor a veteran just once a year but everyday because they are protecting us everyday. When we say the pledge in the mornings we should be thinking about our veterans and what they did for us. Many veterans we get to still celebrate with and some were not so lucky and didn’t make it back home to their loved ones. So we have
Why was the Erie Canal so important? The Erie Canal made many differences to the U.S and they were good changes. Historians want to know how the Erie Canal changed America. The Erie Canal changed America by north having a huge advantage in the civil war, made New York rich, population increased in the north. The Erie Canal gave a big advantage to the north in the civil war.
Forces such as immigration, industrialization, and the populist party during the time e=were the foundations that led to the progressive era reforms which impacted the American Government greatly in its democracy and in its activeness and involvement in businesses an so on. The progressive era reforms is quite similar to the New deal era in the 1930s, they each produced a record amount of programs and policies that worked to change the status of Americans living in poverty, which included their working
During the First World War, Canada focused money on the army, equipment and other ways to help Britain/France. After the war, Canada had to recover, and the economy started to grow. The economy helped debt, which benefitted Canada. Part of this growth was from primary industries like oil, wheat, pulp and paper . Canada started exporting goods, so other countries started contributing the wealth of our country .
Throughout Canadian history, free trade in particular has changed Canada and it’s economy for the better. The free trade agreement (FTA) signed in 1989, assisted Canada’s economy in many ways, such as removing most of the tariffs on trade goods, increasing trade with the USA, and leading the way to the creation and signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). All of these boosted Canada’s economy and strengthened the bonds with new and old trade partners. After this agreement was established, it becomes clear very quickly that the FTA was exactly what Canada needed. As well as opened new doors to opportunities for Canada.
Legalized conscription truly revolutionized Canada’s future. The efforts put into making conscription possible created positive results, the increase in Canadian economy , increase in respect for women, and women 's political rights. All of this had only happened because of conscription. The Canadian economy improved drastically due to conscription. As more and more Canadians joined the war the demand for Canadian resources increased and new industries were formed.
Shortly after Canada East and West united, Nova Scotia joined Canada because a railroad was promised to the new province. Joining Canada helped them with commerce and also provided protection against Fenian attacks. New Brunswick joined shortly after Nova Scotia. The new province joined Canada because they thought that the powerful United States would want to expand more towards the north. The people of New Brunswick thought that
Not only did we become a country and celebrate annually on July 1st, but brought colonies together for a common goal by eliminating Political Deadlock during the Great Coalition. The Grand Trunk allowed BNA colonies to trade amongst themselves by working together when it didn’t seem possible. Free Trade allowed for more frequent trading which helped both economies to thrive. When the colonies were united, the fear of The Manifest Destiny subsided. Working together for mutual benefits certainly helped Canada during Confederation.