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After the end of the first world war, Annabelle lived in the booming 20's, a very prosperous time.
Western Canada was more SOCIALIST than eastern Canada, meaning they believed ordinary people should have more say in government
Amid an unfavorable economic situation, Winnipeg's metal and building workers protested for higher wages and COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
Throughout the 43 day protest, the strikers didn't directly make massive changes, but it made a start
After the war, the economy boomed. Everyone was out spending money, which lead to the "raging 20's". The economy was incredibly prosperous and growth was enormous.
ABORIGINAL TITLE was also a big issue, many had land issues.
Although the economy was at an all time high, many still suffered discrimination, corruption and poverty
The government had been taking land from the aboriginals unknowingly, this was known as CUT-OFF LANDS.
At the height of the raging economy, a few cautious investors sold their stocks, which lead to many more selling, and a complete collapse of the stock market. People were instantly bankrupt.
This lead to mass unemployment and the start of the depression.
MACKENZIE KING was very unprepared for the depression, and did not want to make changes because he thought it was temporary. He was voted out in 1930.
Roasted wheat was referred to as "BENNETT COFFEE". Bennett rose tariffs by 50%, but this change ended up just doing more harm
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