The Interwar Years of Canada

The Interwar Years of Canada
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  • The Interwar Years of Canada
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  • During 1919   W.P.G.S.  had occurred and tension was created between the   O.B.U. + Citizens  Committee of 1,000.
  • Also, the wages were low, there was inflation and there was no medical.
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  • Around  1925 Canada sold 75% of newsprint to the U.S. which was an improvement economically.
  • Also, the branch plant: GM, Ford, and Chrysler took over Canada's automotive industry.
  • Canada's fashion came from America such as the flapper dress, and short hair after the 1920s.
  • Canada's dances also came from America such as the Charleston and the Turkey Trot.
  • The Liberals were forced to seek the support of the Progressive  Party in order to stay in power in the 1925 election, The  King-Byng Crisis.
  • This meant that they had to team up to make a government which is independent because they needed help from a party from the same country.
  • The Halibut Treaty of 1923 was a Canadian-American agreement on fishing rights in the Pacific Ocean.
  • The first treaty independently negotiated and signed by the Canadian government. It transitioned Canada into an autonomous sovereign state.
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