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EXAM ESSAY. EXAM ESSAY. TOPICS Aboriginal/European Contact Canada’s 20th Century Immigration Policy Post-Confederation Aboriginal Policy/Rights The Loyalist Migration The Sifton Migration The 1837 Rebellions. EXAM ESSAY. Confederation (The 1867 British North America Act)

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EXAM ESSAY

TOPICS

  • Aboriginal/European Contact
  • Canada’s 20th Century Immigration Policy
  • Post-Confederation Aboriginal Policy/Rights
  • The Loyalist Migration
  • The Sifton Migration
  • The 1837 Rebellions
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EXAM ESSAY
  • Confederation (The 1867 British North America Act)
  • The Creation of Manitoba/Red River Rebellion/Resistance
  • Canada and the Great War
  • Canada and the Second World War
  • The Great Depression in Canada
  • Canada and the Cold War
  • English/French Pre-Confederation or Post-Confederation Tensions
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  • The Development of Canadian Civil Rights
  • Canada’s History of Discrimination
  • The National Policy
  • The C.P.R.
  • Women’s Rights
  • Political Parties and Political Ideology in Canada
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EXAM ESSAY
  • The Fur Trade
  • The Role of the Church in Canada’s Past
  • The Acadian Expulsion
  • Canada Industrializes
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EXAM ESSAY

SAMPLE #1

The Loyalist Migration

  • Why did they remain loyal to Britain?
  • How were they treated in the USA?
  • What impact did they have on BNA?
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EXAM ESSAY

The Loyalist Migration – Thesis Statement

“Not all American colonists supported the American Revolution”

  • Many didn’t believe in armed rebellion
  • Business ties with Britain
  • Recent immigrants felt no animosity toward Britain
  • Aboriginal interests may not be protected under an independent USA government
  • Many wanted to remain neutral
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The Loyalist Migration – Thesis Statement

“The arrival of the Loyalists created a new social climate in British North America”

  • Anti-American feelings
  • BNA became bi-cultural – English and French
  • Roots of French/English conflict
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EXAM ESSAY

SAMPLE #2

Canada and the Great War

  • Causes of WWI
  • How Canada became involved in WWI?
  • What impact did the war have on the Nation of Canada?
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EXAM ESSAY

Canada and the Great War – Thesis Statement

“Sacrifices made by Canada during WWI led to greater independence from Britain”

  • Distinguished service – 60 000 KIA, duty
  • Loyalty – English Canadians supporting the war effort
  • Vimy Ridge - victory
  • Conscription Crisis almost destroyed Canada

because of these sacrifices Canada gained …

  • an independent seat at Versailles
  • an independent seat in the League of Nations
  • the Statute of Westminster 1931
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Canada and the Great War

“Sacrifices made by Canadian women during the Great War contributed to them gaining the federal vote”

  • Non-traditional jobs – factory, farm
  • Accepted less pay
  • Nurses
  • Homefront – help families of the dead, knitted socks, wrote letters
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EXAM ESSAY

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The Fur Trade

  • Positive impact of the fur trade on both the Aboriginal people and Europeans
  • Negative impact of the fur trade on both the Aboriginal people and Europeans
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EXAM ESSAY

The Fur Trade – Thesis Statement

“The fur trade had both positive and negative impacts on the Aboriginal people of Canada”

  • Positive

Introduction of European goods into Aboriginal society – metal goods (European technology)

  • Negative

Loss of the Aboriginal way of life – dedication to the fur trade

European religion forced upon the Aboriginal people

War to protect the trade relations

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EXAM ESSAY

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The Creation of Manitoba/Red River Rebellion/Resistance

  • Problems in Red River in the 1800’s
  • The Red River Rebellion
  • The Passage of the Manitoba Act
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Creation of Manitoba – Thesis Statement

“The Metis should be credited with founding Manitoba”

  • Created a framework for government
  • Resisted Macdonald’s vision of the west - WASP
  • Forced negotiations on Metis terms – French language and religious provisions
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EXAM ESSAY

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National Policy

  • Why did John A Macdonald create the National Policy?
  • What components make up the National Policy?
  • What impact did it have on National building?
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EXAM ESSAY

National Policy – Thesis Statement

“John A Macdonald’s National Policy provide a sound foundation for young Canada”

  • Railway

Brought people

Kept Americans out - secured our territory in the west.

Stimulated western economic development

Linked east and west - UNITY

  • Immigration

Taxpayers – taxation is the price of civilization

Laborers

  • Tariffs

Promoted Canadian industry