Canadian Society in the 1920s & 30s

Canadian Society in the 1920s & 30s

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  • In April, 1600 protestors protested peacefully at the Vancouver Art Gallery and Georgia Hotel. However, when the men refused to leave, they were eventually evicted with tear gas and other forms of violence.
  • The CCF
  • Although Canada did go through major struggles in the 1930s, we did begin to show signs of an increase in political autonomy. 
  • Social Credit Party
  • For example, the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) was made in 1932 in the Prairies. They introduced the ideology of socialism, wanting everyone to benefit equally.
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  • Another example would be the BC Liberals. Dufferin Pattullo advocated for more provincial spending power. He introduced reforms, shortened work days, increased the minimum wage, increased relief payments by 20% and began more public works projects.
  • These new ideologies began to make Canada become more independent and grow as a community separate from other countries.
  • In conclusion, Canada had many successes and failures during the 1920s and 30s. All of these factors helped make Canada what it is today and hopefully we will continue improving one step at a time. 
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