Famous Events In Canadian History (Terms)
A Coggle Diagram about Klondike Gold Rush, Labour Unions (The terrible conditions in many Canadian Factories led many workers to join labour unions affiliated with workers' unions in the U.S. Unions worked to improve conditions through negotiations with employers, and strikes, if necessary. ), Radio Transmissions (Guglielmo Marconi’s interest in radio waves and electricity provoked him into an empirical hypothesis of sending signals across the Atlantic, which in turn would allow the connection of Europe and North America. He proved his hypothesis, by launching a kite with a radio antenna in the air; fortunately, his theory was proven correct, as he received the transmittance of various radio signal from a tower in Cornwall, England 3500 km away; these types of experiments allowed him to develop regular trans Atlantic radio contact.), Electricity Production, Yukon, Alberta, Saskatchewan join
Confederation, Temperance, Advocate (Advocacy is an activity by an individual or group which aims to influence decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions. Advocacy can include many activities that a person or organization undertakes including media campaigns and or public speaking.), Expropriate (The process of expropriation "occurs when a public agency (for example, the provincial government and its agencies) takes private property for a purpose deemed to be in the public interest".), Prohibition (The action of forbidding something, especially by law.), Tabacco Laws, Boer Wars, Victorian Order of Nurses, Royal Canadian Navy, Silver Dart flight (John A. D. McCurdy, Alexander Bell and his wife, Mabel Hubbard established and successfully met an endeavorous goal; to develop a flying machine, for the benefit of long distance air travel. The Silver Dart was the first powered airplane to take flight in the British Empire, after launching more than 200 short flights.), The Snowball Effect of Canada's Population The snowball effect was when more immigrants moved to Canada. This then in caused more factories, houses, and cities to be build to accommodate them. This was a large economic development in Canada's history., Children's Aid Society the children's aid society managed all welfare of kids in the Canada area. OACAS has tackled many challenges on behalf of Ontario’s children and families and the boards and staff of the Children’s Aid Societies who serve them. During the 1920s, the Association and member societies pressed for the creation of one government department responsible for all public welfare funding and legislation. , National Council Of Women in Canada The NCWC was one of the first women made group to pressure politicians to address women issues. This organization helped give women the right to vote,full education and supports many public affairs. and Women Institute The WI was founded by Adelaide Hoodless and was put in place to help voice women issues. A example of their efforts was during both world wars when they gave a way for women to help out while still supporting their families.