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Wilfred Laurier becomes PM 1896
Ownership of the Lynn Canal was given to the U.S.in 1903. This was know as Alaskan Boundary Dispute
Nellie McClung; A lady who lobbied for women's voting rights, was associated with a group known as Suffragists.
Canadians who were proud to be associated with Britain Imperialists
Canadians who wanted to be seperate from britain as their own Nation Nationalists
Canadians who felt their own race was superior and therefore did not welcome immigrants Etnocentric
Chinese Immigration Act established in 1885 (50$)
1923 Chinese head tax changed to Chinese Exclusion Act
Chinese Exclusion Act Repealed 1947
Race Riot against Japanese 1907
Adjective for Aboriginal's being forced to abandon their culture and live on reserves Assimilation
Canada's economy _____ as the population grew Improved
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