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Social Studies 10, Unit #8

Why did unions start to resent immigrants? They undermined and worked for less.
Who was Clifford Sifton? Minister of the Interior
What did Sifton start? A "open door" policy on immigration.
Who replaced Sifton in 1905? Frank Oliver (he changed the policy)
What immigrants were especially targeted? Asian ones.
Where did riots break out in 1907, and what did they affect? Vancouver, they damaged Japanese and Chinese businesses.
What limit was put on a certain type of immigrant? Only 400 per year for Japanese.
Who couldn't be denied entry into Canada, and why? Indians (from India), since they were "British citizens."
What rule was placed on Indians? The continuous passage rule (though governments knew it was impossible).
What did the passage rule entail? They had to come directly from India.
Created by: dreycraf