Canada Chapter 5. Essential Questions-. What was the result of the interaction between the British and French in Canada? How did the French and English colonize Canada? How did life change for indigenous people in Canada when colonizers settled? What led Canada to independence?
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Cultural Exchange –An exchange of people, customs, language, etc between two countries.
Dominion –A self governing nation under the control of Great Britain
Colonization of Canada
1864 –Fearing more trouble, the British seek to keep peace in Canada. The leaders of each province: Ontario (upper), Quebec (lower), Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward, and New Brunswick meet to form a “dominion” called Canada
1960 –The Quiet Revolution. This was a period in Quebec’s history where the French people were looking for change in their government. The French people ran for office and won! They immediately started to change everything to French which upset the English speaking people in Quebec. This begins the bilingual movement.
1713 –France and Britain’s first treaty
1754 –French and Indian War
1759 –Battle of Quebec
1763 –Treaty of Paris I
1783 –Treaty of Paris II
1812 –War of 1812
1837 –Canadian Revolution
1867 –British North American Act
(Canadian Independence Day July 1)
1890 –Gold in the Yukon
1982 –New Canadian constitution
Industrialization –when you go from making things by hand to making things by machine.