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In History
  • War in the Air

    War in the Air
    Canada had proper machinery to fight in the air, in the last few months before the war. Billy Bishop helped to advance Canada’s reputation as a reputable air force in WW1.
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  • World war 1

    World war 1
    In 1914 world war 1 started. This war caused many lives and great damages to land.
  • Francis Pegahmagabow,

    Francis Pegahmagabow,
    Many soldiers died by inhaling a poisonous gas. Every soldiers died by foaming in the mouth and breathing difficulty. But Pegahmagbow somehow survived in that situation but in 6035 soldiers more than 2000 died.
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  • French-Canadians soldiers

    After french regiment, even the soldiers who can’t speak English are also promoted to higher ranks.
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  • Women on the home front

    Women on the home front
    Women worked as a ambulance drivers, nurses and as a labor in factories. Women work over time but they’re not paid properly. They did all the work a man does because all men are in military.
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  • Outbreak of Spanish Flu

    Outbreak of Spanish Flu
    There was an outbreak of a contagious disease called Spanish flu, it was carried all over the world by soldiers. This disease caused many deaths. So federal government took some serious rules to control the disease like wearing masks.
  • Roaring 20s- decline

    While people celebrated the freedom. Prairie farmers had faced a huge loss in wheat market. Because many moved to other countries and government much focused on industrial goods.
  • Economy growth. Link:

    Canada began the 1920s in a state of economic depression. By the middle of the decade improved, Wheat remained an important export for Canada, but there was also enormous growth in the exploitation of natural resources and manufacturing. The demand for Canadian pulp and paper grew, and new mills were built in several provinces. Mining also boomed. Lead, zinc, silver, and copper were produced for export. These minerals were used to produce consumer goods such as radios and home appliances.
  • Prohibition of alcohol. Souce: Link:

    There was one product that Canada exported in large quantities to the United States: illegal alcohol. But canada remove the ban because it didn’t work but not America so In the United States, Prohibition continued until 1933. Canadians took advantage of this golden opportunity to supply the U.S. with illegal liquor. Rum-running,smuggling alcohol into the U.S.became a dangerous but profitable business.
  • Roaring 20s -progress

    Roaring 20s -progress
    After the war, women got their voting rights. Even they’re considered as a citizen for the work they done in war period. And women were started to do society works and they got white collars job.