Japan internment Assignment
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To the years leading up to the enternment japanese canadains faced major prejiduce
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Most Japanese Canadians lived in British Colombia, and in small coastal villages most of whom were second generation Canadians. 3000 had received citizen ship and 6000 were still Japanese nationals.
After the attack on pearl harbor Canada declared war on Japan. Many laws were passed that restricted Japanese Canadians from fishing for the duration of the war.
On march 4 all people of Japanese heritage were ordered to leave the protected areas, pack one suitcase each and turn over property belongings to the custody of the Enemy Alien property
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