Canadian history during twentith centry

By Shajini
  • Canada join the war

    Canada follows the suits and join the war.
  • The first trench

    Canadian troops launch the first trench raid of the war; by the end of the conflict Canadian troops will be regarded as the experts at this manoeuvre
  • Battle of Vimy Ridge

    Battle of Vimy Ridge
    This is important victory gave new hope to the Allices. Canadian soliders did what others had been unable to do. As a result, many historians view Vimy Ridge as a turing point in Canada's history as a nation.
  • The Halifax Expolasion

    The Halifax Expolasion
    The explosin was heard more than 300 kilometers away and flattened a large part of Halifax. Two thousand people died and 9000 were injured. Thousands more were left homeless.
  • Winnepeg general strick

    Winnepeg general strick
    Canadian economy is in a recession. Frustrated by unemployment, inflation, poor working conditions and regional disparities after World War I, workers from both the private and public sectors joined forces to shut down or drastically reduce most services. The Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 was one of the most influential strikes in Canadian history, and became the platform for the future labour reforms.
  • Women gain right to vote

    Dominion Election Act gives women win the same federal voting right as men.
  • William Lyon Mackenzie King elected.

    William Lyon Mackenzie King  elected.
    William Lyon Mackenzie King was the dominant Canadian political leader in the 1920s. He served as the 10th prime minister of Canada.A Liberal with 21 years in office, he was the longest-serving Prime Minister in British Commonwealth history. Voters did not love him, he lacked charisma. He was elected because his skills was what Canada needed at the time. One of his memorable times was the "Five Cent Speech".
  • Economy

    As the economy started to improve by William Lyon Mackenzie King opened the immigration door a little more.
  • Black Tuesday

    Black Tuesday
    The Black Tuesday was one of the most important events which signaled the beginning of the depression. Many people lost almost everything in this dramatic crash. The financial successes of 1929 turned to devastating losses for Canadians.
  • Canada Decleares War on Germany

  • Canadian vote for contricription

    Canada affects most Englis
  • The Invasion of Notmandy

    The biggest day is D-Day. On the D-Day, 359 Canadian Soliders were killed.
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    Baby boom

    Population growth because of high birth rate. At the time many people had three or four childern. The Boom is number of baby born.Baby boom describes large number of childern born after the WW2.
  • Atom bomb on Japan

    Atom bomb on Japan
    It was the first time country had used weapon of mass destruction against an enemy.
  • Nato

    Canada joins the Nato.
  • Accepts neclear war heads

  • Highway was built. tras-canada

  • Federal election

    liberal party into the federal election
  • Commonwealth

    Canada remained an active member of the commonwealth.
  • The worst airplane accident

    The worst airplane accident
    The worst airplane accident in Canadian history occurs when Arrow Air Flight 1285 crashes on take-off from Gander International Airport. 256 people are killed.
  • United Nation award

    United Nation award
    Canada receives a United Nations award for sheltering refugees
  • Canadian troops join Union Nations'

    Canadian troops join Union Nations' force in Persian Gulf War.
  • Same Sex Marrige

  • Canada sent troops to Afganistan