Canada's History - Coggle Diagram
Canada’s Changing Society 1890-1914
Canada over the years went through many changes and will continue to do so in the future.
People living in cities increased
Over the years our technology has advanced a lot and has become an everyday thing for us.
With an increasing population, there's more factories for new workers
The developments of factories changed how goods were made
Vehicles have also started being used instead of boats and trains
End violence against women
Creating Canada 1850-1890
Definition: People/organizations brought together for an alliance
Confederation happened on July 1st 1867
Became Provinces to be stronger (Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia,
British Columbia became a British Colony in 1858
During 1861-1865 there was an American Civil War
The British North American colonies didn’t easily get close but there were factors that helped
them work with each other.
BNA's economy around 1860 was low due to the population of the colonies, intercolonial trades were also small during these times
Earned money from the sale of natural products from farms, oceans, mines, and forests
Why they needed transportation:
The main problem for people was the transportation because they couldn’t easily get from one place to another or transport goods.
Types of transportation:
The need for efficient transportation:
The types of transportation during these times are not supportive during winter or for having goods sent among colonies.
The existing railway system in British North America was unsuitable for supporting an internal East-West trading system because there were large gaps in the railway system
The Intercolonial Railway was being completed through Maritimes to Montréal
The growth of industries was affected by geography, transportation and population
Women and Children were payed less than men
Workers were poorly paid
Top industries during 1860s (Montréal)