Timeline with Attitude - HIstorical Events that have an effect on Canadian's life and history from 1920 to 1930

Timeline created by Khue Luong
In History
  • League of Nation - January 10, 1920:

    League of Nation - January 10, 1920:
    With these events, people in Canada life feel safer as a peacekeeper. Canadian help other countries with their natural resources like oil, coal and steel. But not for long Canada has to remove from the League's collective security because they are afraid that they will draw Canada into the European wars. These events show that Canada is the first country who is officially co-operation to keep peace with other countries.
  • First woman election to Parliament - December 6, 1921:

    First woman election to Parliament - December 6, 1921:
    Her braveness and courage make the country have a fresh mind about women and women have a right to vote. Agnes Macphail who is the woman that is end the legal discrimination against woman and gender equity. Additionally, Macphail vocal has supported a lot for farming women and females workers in general. She fought for a lot of disadvantaged groups of people and this made the country have a mind in human rights/freedom in general.
  • Chanak Crisis - September 15, 1922:

    Chanak Crisis - September 15, 1922:
    Early 1920s, military forces from Britain, France and Greece have a large portion of western Turkey after the Treaty of Sevres. Fall of 1922, the Turkey forces had succeeded in outing the Greek army out of the country. Then, the Turks threatened British forces pinned down at Chanak. But Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King was declined by Britain Prime Minister David Lloyd George because this might cause hatred between Turks and Canada.
  • The Chinese Immigration Act - July 1, 1923:

    The Chinese Immigration Act - July 1, 1923:
    This was a crucial and racist act movement that in Canada history events. In 1923, The Chinese Immigration Act is banned the entry of all Chinese immigrants.The Act was repeal in 1947 but the immigration restriction wasn't fully consideration until 1967. They are the labour force that much needed for the development of Western Canada but not desirable as citizens of Canada. After this event, Chinese referred Canada Day as "Humiliation Day" and refuse to join this celebration for many years.
  • The Explosion on the Kettle Valley Line - October 24, 1924:

    The Explosion on the Kettle Valley Line - October 24, 1924:
    This explosion made a lot of conspiracy theories to the Western Canadian. Peter Verigin was a religious leader of Doukhobors. He instructed his followers to abandon meat and alcohol and to resume their historic resistance to military service. He does really good things to help his community and also people around him. People have a theory that some Western Canadians were jealous of the success of the communal Doukhobors community and wanted to be resented by planning his death like an accident.
  • Drumheller Strike - June 26, 1925:

    Drumheller Strike - June 26, 1925:
    The United Mine Workers cut wage to the Drumheller miners and this made them make a protest to reject the cutting wage. This open violent police-striker confrontation on June 26 effectively ended the strike. Additionally, on June 11 there was a protest about 700 to 3,00 striking miners that tried to persuade their company workers to support the strike. But at 11:00 am the police fired over 300 shots and injured many strikers.
  • Balfour Declaration - November 18, 1926:

    Balfour Declaration - November 18, 1926:
    This event made a big change to Canada history and politics. The Balfour Report that Britain and its Dominions were constitutionally equal to each other. The report shows they will self government, equal in status and in no way subordinate one to another in any aspect of their domestic or external affairs. They are all allegiance to the Crown, and freely associated as members of the British Commonwealth of Nations. By this event, Canada has fully confirmed that they are an independent country.
  • Laurier Palace Fire - January 9, 1927:

    Laurier Palace Fire - January 9, 1927:
    This event is the most devastating disaster in the Canadian historical events.On Sunday afternoon, approximately 250 children were in attendance in the theater without the help of their parents. This caused about 78 people killed by the fire that occurred in the movie theater. The parents of the children rush into the hospital to find their kids in a panicking mood. After this event, the commission for children under 15 years was banned from the theatres.
  • BC Airways Plane Crashes - August 25, 1928:

    BC Airways Plane Crashes - August 25, 1928:
    This is Canada's first major air disaster and this occurred on August 25, 1928. A plane from Victoria to Seattle flew into the waters of Puget Sound in bad weather and seven people died. This event is the beginning of Commercial Airline Disasters.
  • Ottawa sewer explosion - May 29, 1929:

    Ottawa sewer explosion - May 29, 1929:
    On May 29, 1929 was the series of sewer explosions. The explosion traveled through Sandy Hill under Somerset Street, through Rideau River and then north into Eastview after it reached New Edinburgh, and blew off manhole covers and damaged the sewers. This event killed one woman and injured six people. After this event it affected a lot of residential houses and the basement. Due to some stores like fuel stations and mechanic shops that dispose of waste oils into the sewage system
  • The Great Depression - 1930:

    The Great Depression - 1930:
    This event was a worldwide mark of social and economic shock. The spark began when the 1929 Wall Street stock market crashed. Canada was severely affected and shortly about millions Canadian were unemployed, hungry and often homeless. Most of western provinces went bankrupt, then Ontario and Quebec faced a heavy amount of unemployment. This was a hard time for Canadian and other countries' lives. After this event, it leaves with a trauma for Canadian's life and society.