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  1. Grade 10 History – Roaring 20s and Dirty 30s Jeopardy

  2. The reason metal workers and building trade workers walked off their jobs

  3. What is Better Wages?

  4. The name of the union that the workers joined

  5. What is One Big Union?

  6. The name of the event when the RCMP with clubs charged into a crowded of protesting strikers and two strikers were killed.

  7. What is Bloody Saturday?

  8. It is what the business leaders of Winnipeg called the strikers to make people dislike the strikers.

  9. What are Communists?

  10. The reason the Canadian government sent in the RCMP to stop the Winnipeg strike

  11. What is fear that the strike would spread to other cities?

  12. Most Canadian industries during the 1920s were this type.

  13. What is Natural Resources?

  14. Buying things without money.

  15. What is Credit?

  16. Canada’s biggest trade partner during the 1920s.

  17. What is United States?

  18. A prolonged period without rain.

  19. What is drought?

  20. It is where many Canadians borrowed money to invest

  21. What is the Stock Market?

  22. It is the type of government that Prime Minister Mackenzie King led

  23. What is Minority?

  24. Lord Byng held this position.

  25. What is Governor General of Canada?

  26. Byng refused to do this for Prime Minister Mackenzie King.

  27. What is refused to dissolve the Canadian Parliament and let the Prime Minister of Canada call an election?

  28. It is what Prime Minister Mackenzie King claimed Byng was doing.

  29. What is interfering in internal Canadian politics and affairs?

  30. Canada became this after the King-Byng Affair and the signing of the Statute of Westminster.

  31. What is a Dominion within the British Empire with legal equality between the parliaments of Great Britain and Canada?

  32. This reason women were fighting to redefine “person” to include women

  33. What is the right of women to hold public office (e.g., become Senators in the Canadian government)?

  34. The group of women who challenged the idea that women were not persons.

  35. What is the Famous Five?

  36. The reasons the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that women were not persons.

  37. What are (1) the 1867 British North America (BNA) Act *only used male pronouns (e.g., him, he), and (2) when signed, the BNA Act did not consider women as “qualified people” and that interpretation should be upheld

  38. The name of the British court that the Famous Five used to challenge the Supreme Court of Canada ruling

  39. What is the Privy Council of England?

  40. 1929

  41. What is the year that women were declared “persons” in Canada?

  42. The term for the banning the sale of alcohol

  43. What is Prohibition?

  44. It was discovered by Banting and Best in 1921 to combat diabetes .

  45. What is Insulin?

  46. The name given to young women who dressed and acted unconventionally (i.e., modern).

  47. What is Flapper?

  48. He was a boxer, a professional football player (…winning the Grey Cup…) and a professional hockey player (…winning two Stanley Cups)

  49. Who is Lionel Conacher?

  50. Group of painters who used bold colours and strokes to paint rugged wilderness scenes that seem to describe Canada’s identity.