Historical Timeline

Timeline created by Joseph capoferri
  • Trade/Tariffs and it's affect on Canadian relationships

    Trade/Tariffs and it's affect on Canadian relationships
    The USA kept raising there trade prices so Canada and Great Britain didn't want to continue trading with them.
    The Fordney Mccumber Tarrif reversed the trade liberalization. this dealt a harsh blow to Canada as prices increased from 293 Million to 542 Million.
    This really hurt the relationships between these country's because the USA wasn't being reasonable with their allies, because of the USA's decisions this could potentially could have made them enemy's.
  • How Foster Hewitt helped with Canadian Identity

    How Foster Hewitt helped with Canadian Identity
    Foster started as a sportswriter for the Toronto daily star,
    He then moved on to broadcast on of the first hockey games.
    I think he has affected out identity because simply he made Canada more popular and he made CBC more popular because he was one of the first people to broadcast a hockey game. Canada was known for hockey and after Foster started broadcasting it, this grew the popularity even more. Foster then moved on to work with CBC for 15 years, he appeared on Hockey Night In Canada.
  • How the war changed the lives of young men

    How the war changed the lives of young men
    The war changed the lives of young men drastically, firstly if you were a teenager you could enlist if you wanted to. A lot of teens did enlist and how did it change their lives? Well if you were in the army you couldn't go to school, you could work and you couldn't see your family. This affected many of their lives in a negative manner, most of the teens that did enlist would die because they weren't as strong as grown men. This affected there family's lives as well it's sad if you lose a kid.
  • How the war affected the lives of farmers

    How the war affected the lives of farmers
    I personally think farmers had it easy during the war, they were not forced to enlist because if they died who would be making food.
    The war affected their lives because it forced them to protect there animals, hide them from danger, they had to produce more food because it was high demand at the time. This created stress for the farmers because they had to produce lots of food in little time and little space. The war could even result in them having to close down their farm.
  • How did the National Film Board contribute to Canada's identity

    How did the National Film Board contribute to Canada's identity
    The NFB affected our identity and citizenship because they worked very hard to give Canadians the sense that they shared a common national identity.
    The NFB was formed in 1939 and it's job was to present an image of who the Canadian people where and their nation.
    The result of giving us Canadians the idea of being our own nation helped form our identity and citizenship.
    The NFB affected our idenity in a positive way making by making us feel that we were our own nation.
  • How Camp X affected Canada's relationships

    How Camp X affected Canada's relationships
    Camp X was opened in December 1941 and the camp helped train US and British soldiers to become special agents, for example like the marines or seal team 6. This affected our relationship in a good way because this made us become stronger allies.
    The result of Canada helping train US and British soldiers had huge impact on the war, furthermore we all gained more trust for each other.
    The camp affected all our relationships in a positive way, the camp was closed down in 1969.
  • What was Canada's response to the Manhattan Project

    What was Canada's response to the Manhattan Project
    Canada responded by helping the US create the first nuclear bomb, Canada supplied the US with uranium, a key component of the bomb.
    Canada gave the project lots of resources and space to build it. We created "Little Boy" a nuclear bomb, the US couldn't figure out how to purify the uranium so we helped. We helped them which made the uranium more enriched meaning it had a higher percentage of uranium-235 (more stronger uranium).
    Canada responded positively to the Manhattan Project.
  • How Canadian's responded to the Holocaust

    How Canadian's responded to the Holocaust
    Canada responded to the Holocaust by sending Canadian forces to liberate the Westerbork Camp in the Netherlands.
    Canada was greatly shaped after we saved around 40,000 Jewish survivors from the Holocaust, and let them settle around our country.
    Canada responded in a positive way by helping the Jewish people and saving them, and also rehabilitating them. Doing this could have made the Germans angry and could cause them to invalid Canada. That would be very unlikely.
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