|Which war did Canada fight in between 1899 and 1902?
|Boer War- La Guerre des Boers
|Who came to live in Canada?
|How did Clifford Sifton attract immigrants to come and live in Canada?
|Advertisements, Les Publicite
|Who did the Canadian advertisements target?
|White, strong europeans who knew about farming
|How were the experiences of the immigrants when they arrived in Canada?
|Life was very different and lots were not treated well.
|How was Laurier described?
|What is the definition of the term 'urbanisation' ?
|The farm workers moved towards the more modern and urban towns.
|What was the biggest form of media during the early 20th century in Canada?
|Newspaper, le Journaux
|What was the name of the politiy of immigration in the beginning of the 20th century?
|The Open Door Policy, La Politique de Porte Ouvert
|What were some factors of attraction to Canada?
|Freedom, peace, cheap land, opportunity, comfortable homes, religious freedom Paix, les emplois, terre disponible, la liberte, les opportunite, les abris comfortable, la liberte religieux
|What were factory working conditions like during the early 20th century?
|There were no rules about working conditions, no safety equipment, often children who worked there were injured
|Where did Canada look for immigrants to colonize the prairies?
|The United States, Great Britain, Europe
|What are some examples of terms of repulsion?
|La violence et la guerre, une manque d'emploi, la manque de terre, la liberte limiter, les villes trop peuplée, les abris en mauvais condition, la persecution religieux
|Which term best represents GB's desire to control South Africa and the citizens of Boers?
|What was Canada's reaction when Laurier said Canadians would be participating in the Boer War?
|Both francophones and anglophones were upset- the english thought we weren't helping enough, and then french thought we were doing too much.
|Which citizens of Canada weren't allowed to vote before 1917?
|Idiots, Asians, Criminals and Women
|Which sector of the economy is represented by the foresting industry?
|Which sector of the economy is represented by a Barber Shop?
|Who were the women who fought for their rights to vote?
|Why did most of the population live in cities and urban centers in the early 20th century?
|To work in factories
|What was the situation of women in the early 20th century?
|They were considered property of their husbands.
|What was the objective of groups of women in the early 20th century?
|Social reform and Suffrage in Canada
|Why didn't GB give Canada the Alaskan frontier?
|They gave it to America to gain them as an ally.
|What was the difference between the english and the french in relation to GB? (think nationalism)
|The english relied on GB while the french thought they should rely on them less.
|How were the rights of the french eroded in Manitoba?
|French was no longer considered an official language.
|What term describes the commercial agreement between Canada and the United States to permit a greater amount of merchandise to go over the frontiers without rates?
|La Réciprocité, Reciprocity
|Who won the federal election in 1911?
|Which party gained the most seats in parliament in 1911?
|The Liberal Party