Vimy Riddge

Vimy Riddge

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  • In 1914, the Germans took control of Vimy Ridge, a key position. This vantage point gave them a clear view of the country-side. For more than two years, both French and British tried to capture the ridge but failed.
  • Late in 1916, Canadian troops were chosen to lead a new assault on Vimy Ridge. On April 9th, 1917, Canadian troops moved into postion...
  • Those Germans won't know what hit them. Ehehehehe...
  • Alrighty men, get ready and get into positon!
  • On April 10th, they captured Hill 145, the highest point of the ridge. By April 12 they had taken "the pimple" the last German postion.
  • We did it, men! We've captured "the pimple"
  • During the 1915 provincial election in Manitoba, one of the Liberal Party's promised to give women the right to vote. In January 1916, women received the right to vote.
  • We promise to give women the right to vote.
  • Yipee!
  • Alberta and Saskatchewan followed Manitoba's example later in 1916... Ontario and British Columbia followed in 1917.
  • HOORAYYYYYY! We can finally vote!
  • In 1918, women were granted the right to vote in federal elections, with exception of Aboriginal and immigrant women....
  • Here, here! YES WE DO!
  • Does everyone agree to this new federal rule?
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