The Contribution Of Japanese Migration To Canada

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Lack of freedom, war and poor quality of life are few of the many factors that contributed to the Japanese immigration to Canada. For example, women were not allowed to work outside of the home and their their social freedoms, which included the right to vote and play a positive role in the society, were denied. People were also forced to leave their homeland because of the southern war in 1877, which resulted in the death of thousands of innocent civilians. The war also had negative social and financial impacts. For example, they didn’t have enough jobs, people killed each other for food and framers even lost their land that they had been working on for years. Because of these reasons, Japanese started to look for better and safer countries.
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