Canada's External Relations

By KiLim
  • Imperialism

    The conferences held in London, It would help Canada's relationship with the empire
  • WW1

    It began in 1914 and ended in 1918. Canada joined the war as Britain declared the war against the Germany. WW1 contributed to Canada's industrial strength.
  • Battle of Vimy ridge

    Canada's greatest triumpgh in France.
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Borden and other dominion prime ministers in Paris signed it. It officially ended the war with Germany,
  • WW2

    It was second World War during 1939 to 1945. Canada declared the war agianst Germany in1939.
  • Dieppe Raid

    Raid across the English Channel on the small French port of Dieppe where Canadian army suffered heavy losses in the allied assault.
  • Normandy Invasion

    At the beginning of WW2 Germany invaded poland and caused France, Great Britain, and Canada declared war on Germany. Germans defeated the Allies and got control of France. By 1944 on june 6 allies landed on five beaches in the Normandy area to liberate Europe from Germany by invasion of France. It basically marked the beginning of the end for Germany.
  • UN

    After the WW2 Canadians thought they were interested in foreign affairs. In 1945 Canada became a member of the UN

    Canada signed a treaty with US and 10 western European nations that set up the NATO
  • Korean war

    Canada contributed about 22,000 soldiers to theUN forces to fight North Koea's invasion. It started in 1950 and ended in 1953.
  • relations with communist nations

    Canada has widened the relations with the two leading communist countries, China, and Soviet union.
  • constitutional act

    In 1981, Trudeau proposed the changes in Canada's constitutional changes. In 1982, the constitutional act replaced the British North America Act as the basic governing document of Canada.