Canada has many events that had helped shape our country today. Some events were minor events, while some events had major parts in the creation of Canada. I think Confederation, The Rebellions of 1838 to 1838, and The Quebec Act of 1774, were all very important events in the history of Canada. Confederation was important because if Canada hadn’t joined together to form a strong alliance against enemies, their foes could’ve come in and stolen Rupert’s Land so a lot of what is now Canada would be part of the US. This would make Canada even weaker and the US would take the Maritime “provinces” and then attempt to take over the rest of Canada, and in the event it happened, Canada would no longer exist and much of North America would now be part of the US.
So, what changed in the relationship between Britain and Canada? Canada had now proved itself to be capable of operating independently. As a result of the successful offensive at Vimy Ridge, other Allied nations now saw Canada as their equal in terms of military skill. The Canadians had demonstrated immense militaristic skill at Vimy Ridge, which is a major part of foreign affairs as a country must be able to defend itself, which gave Canada grounds to argue for more power. Though Canada would not gain control of her foreign policy until the Statute of Westminster, Canada would now be able to negotiate for more power
During the time period of 1914 to 1939, the social, economic, and political changes that happened in Canada contributed to an improved sense of Canadian identity. Conscription, women and change, and technological changes had contributed to an improved sense of Canadian identity by telling the different changes of social. 1914s was the time when WW1 began. Many Canadians joined the army and the government of Canada had no problem persuading Canadians to enlist in the armed forces. At that time, people thought that joining the army was not that scary because they think that helping the country to fight is an honor and they think that they can be back before Christmas.
The construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway presented opportunity to New Brunswick, it would open up markets and jobs. Confederation would cut the cost of the Railway for new brunswick because the costs of building the railroad would be shared by the confederated colonies. Although this benefit was not guaranteed, the intercolonial railway wasn’t promised and it didn’t tell which part of the province would reek its benefits. Another reason against confederation for New Brunswick was its strong economic ties to the United States compared to the rest of the Colonies of Canada. Confederation also meant having to sever these ties and rely more on the other colonies.
Prior to the attack the military and the government was over confident and the soldiers in the attack were underprepared for battle. The British had state of the ark weapons, while the United States had old muskets like the ones used in the Revolutionary War. The British had a nasty defense in Canada and they expected contact so they were waiting and
A number of realities were overlooked; terrain, weather, and the general overall physical vastness of Canada. In addition, several factors were either over or underestimated with assumption being the prime antagonist of the Americans defeat. As noted by historian Jesse Greenspan: “…A number of other factors also favored Canada at the war’s outset. For one thing, the British controlled the Great Lakes and were therefore better able to move troops and supplies. Moreover, they received support from Canadians, who many Americans falsely believed would welcome them as liberators, and from Native American
for work rates, are very similar and very close to industrialized nations like Canada, Japan, and the United States, which is a very big positive effect for every east berliner. (Mauk) The Berlin Wall coming down 25 years back not simply joined Germany and expected the coming breakdown of the Soviet Union; (Tony Karon) it created a noteworthy change in overall issues. Even though the Cold War that happened after World War II made a very bipolar world, due to relations between the parallel conflict of a U.S.- drove West versus a Soviet-instructed East, in the end, there was more peace than the beginning. The detached of the West from the East Berlin symbolizes the end of the Cold War
The British empire had taken over many colonies, India refused to be one of them. Britain set up trading posts in three cities. One of those cities, the mughal empire collapsed and britain 's posts quickly took control. Britain found that India was very valuable with the resources that they could easily take and use to sell to the high population of India. Britain put the justice and military system into place for India which made an efficient profit for them and made them all in all knowledgeable.
In 1982, Canada had almost gained its long awaited goal of complete independence from Britain. However, the British still had control over their most important document; the Constitution. By 1982, Trudeau believed that he had achieved enough goals as Prime Minister in order to convince the British to sign over the Constitution to Canada. This would be an extremely controversial and beneficial agreement for Canada, as they would have the power to govern themselves completely without being ordered by other parties. However, many Canadian leaders tried and failed in the past to patriate the Constitution, and trying to do so would be a huge political risk.
The growing competition however does provide consumers with several choices and for Air Canada to be efficiently and constantly drawing its consumer it must offer " money for worth" deals, such as new multi-pass product, holiday packages and other promotional deals that has not yet been utilized in Canadian market. The possibility of Buyer power is moderate. Threat of New Entrants: Air Canada can be considered a fortunate airline as it does not have any major threat from new entrant stepping in Canadian airline industry due to the strict government legislation and regulations. “Even though the entry barriers for new airlines are lower in a deregulated market, still prospect of a new entrant entering the market is weak to moderate. Rivalry: The competition between Air Canada, a traditional carrier, and West Jet, low cost carrier is rigorous in Canadian airline industry.