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Chapter 2 Timeline

Canada and WWI

Franz Ferdinand, Crown Prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is assassinated by a Serbian nationalist 1914
Germany invafdes Belgium and France 1914
Britain declares war on Germany (Canada is automatically at war) 1914
War Measures Act is passed 1914
Canadian troops exposed to poisonous gas at Ypres, Belgium 1915
Women in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta gain the right to vote in provincial elections 1916
The Newfoundland Regiment almost destroyed as Battle of Somme begins 1916
Canadian troops capture Vimy Ridge, France 1917
Women in BC and ON gain the right to vote in provincial elections 1917
Wartime Elections Act gives federal vote to women related to servicemen 1917
Borden re-election as head of Union Government 1917
Canadian troops succeed in muddy battles at Passchendaele in Belgium 1917
Halifax is flattened by explosion of a French munitions ship in its harbour 1917
Conscription becomes mandatory 1918
Armistice declared on the Western Front in Europe 1918
Created by: jhuang