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  1. Welcome to Jeopardy!

  2. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2 Number 1 Commander Cool 201

  3. Those Less Equal The Laurier Boom Closing the Door Wonders Rise of Unions Immigration Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. $100 What are homestead lands

  5. $100 Public land granted to settlers by the US and Canadian government Scores

  6. $200 Who is Clifford Sifton

  7. $200 Lauriers Minister of Interior and is charge of immigration Scores

  8. $300 What were the 2 reasons vast migrations of population occurred?

  9. $300 To leave ones homeland and the opportunity in another country Scores

  10. $400 How did Sifton attract controversy

  11. $400 By welcoming immigrants from Eastern and Central Europe into Canada Scores

  12. $500 What is a Soddy

  13. $500 A mud covered sod on a wood frame Scores

  14. $100 What was the Charter that took the Sikh’s from India to Canada called

  15. $100 The Komgata Maru Scores

  16. $200 Why did James Dunsmir refuse to sign a bill to exclude Japanese immigrants from immigrating to Canada

  17. $200 Because it would break the Japanese alliance with Canada Scores

  18. $300 Opponents of Asian immigrants formed what league?

  19. $300 The Asiatic Exclusion League Scores

  20. Daily Double

  21. $400 What is Sfton’s policy

  22. $400 “open door’ immigration policy Scores

  23. $500 On July 23, the Komagata Maru was escorted out of Vancouver harbor by what cruiser

  24. $500 The cruiser Rainbow Scores

  25. $100 This western Canadian was supporter of women’s suffrage and wrote many books and articles including her autobiography

  26. $100 Nellie McClung Scores

  27. $200 This man lead Canada from 1896-1911

  28. $200 Wilfred Laurier Scores

  29. $300 An agreement signed on August 4 1998

  30. $300 Nisga’a land claim Scores

  31. $400 A woman's group supporting prohibition

  32. $400 The WCTU Scores

  33. $500 Women were first able to vote in this area

  34. $500 Western Canada Scores

  35. $100 Who flew the first successful flight in Canada?

  36. $100 J.A.D. McCurdy Scores

  37. $200 Before Coca cola was a soft drink what was it often used for

  38. $200 A medicine Scores

  39. $300 What were the early wooden planes held together with? 3 things

  40. $300 Bamboo, Wire, Fabric Scores

  41. $400 Why was the telephone so popular in Canada?

  42. $400 Because of Canada's large size Scores

  43. $500 Who was the first man to transmit the world’s first radio broadcast of music and video

  44. $500 Fredrick Fessenden Scores

  45. $100 What percentage of the population joined unions between 1880 and 1900

  46. $100 10 % Scores

  47. $200 These people were the easiest to replace if they went on strike

  48. $200 Unskilled laborers Scores

  49. $300 These people were hired to break up strikes

  50. Militia, private police force $300 Scores