Timeline with Attitude

Timeline created by maiojude838
In History
  • Assassination of Franz Ferdinand, Political Change (+1)

    Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie were shot dead by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on June 28, 1914. Serp was part of a terrorist group known as the black hand. These events later ended in creating WW1.
  • PT2: Assassination of Franz Ferdinand, Political Change (+1)

    The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand ranks at a +1 due to it not eminently starting the war or affecting Canada. But was a huge factor in the establishment of WW1. This would bring Canada into the war in which many live were lost.
  • Conscription, Social and Political Change (+2)

    In 1916, Prime Minister Borden watched various passings and losses of Canadian warriors on the war zone. The next year, this drove the central government to order the Military Service Act, which enrolled men matured 20-45 in the call-up to serve abroad. The induction caused strife and division between French-Canadians who predominately contradicted enrollment and English-Canadians who upheld this demonstration.
  • PT2: Conscription, Social and Political Change (+2)

    In the end this helped Canada and the rest of the Allies win WW1. This is due to the fact that it brought many more Soldiers to the fronts to fight and win the war.
  • Battle of Vimy Ridge, Political Change (+2)

    Battle of Vimy Ridge, Political Change (+2)
    Vimy Ridge took place from April 9th - 12th, 1917. It is regarded as Canadas most celebrated victory. As it was such a great success. This was the fist time all Canadian divisions had fought at the same battle at the same time. This was a critical battle and helped win the war overall. This is due to its carful and strategical planning before attacking
  • Prohibition, Social Change (-2)

    Prohibition, Social Change (-2)
    In 1918, the central government authorized preclusion under the War Measures Act. This sanctioning prohibited the creation and selling of alcohol for Canadians. Numerous Canadians were not satisfied. All things being equal, this disallowance set off an ascent in illicit alcohol assembling and selling, permitting smugglers to make an extraordinary benefit. Overall this was a horrible decision and hurt Canada more that it benefited it.
  • Spanish Flu Epidemic, Social and Economical Change (-2)

    Spanish Flu Epidemic, Social and Economical Change (-2)
    Somewhere around 1918 and 1920, Canada was devastatingly struck by episodes of the Spanish influenza. This infection was exceptionally infectious and dangerous, and the absence of outrageous measures to forestall spread made the scourge murder in excess of 55 000 Canadians. The loss of Canadians from influenza, just compounded the effects of the 60 000 who passed on in WWI; leaving numerous Canadian families without an essential compensation specialist, and a large number of kids stranded.
  • Winnipeg General Strike, Social Change (-1)

    From May 15 to June 20, 1919, Canada confronted its greatest strike, the Winnipeg General Strike. In excess of 30 000 laborers left their positions in light of the helpless working conditions. This caused so much upheaval that industrial facilities, shops, travel, and city administrations in the zone shut down. Savagery was seen, with captures, wounds, and the passing's of two dissidents. This was a horrible set of events and will be remembered forever.
  • Chinese Head Tax, Social Change (-1)

    The Chinese Head Tax was a demonstration that obviously oppressed Chinese outsiders in Canada. From 1885 to 1923, all Chinese settlers had to pay a huge expense to enter. The expense started at $50, however when it finished in 1923, Chinese individuals were paying $500, with the aggregate sum paid to be $23 million. The segregation proceeded after its nullification, as in the very year, 1923, the Chinese Immigration Act was established, barring Chinese from entering Canada.