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Ch.3: 1920's

QuestionAnswer
Inflation the rise of prices for goods and services that increased the cost of living
Branch Plants business set up in Canada but owned by the US
Tariffs taxes on imported goods
Red Scare the fear of communism spreading around Canada
Bloody Saturday when the RNWMP charged a crowed of protesters during the Winnipeg General Strike
Plebiscite a direct vote by electors on an issue of public importance
Group of Seven group of Canadian landscape painters in the 1920's
Persons Case Famous Five fought to have women declared "persons" under the law
Canadian Consitution all our rights, what the government can/cant do
Regionalism different regions
Old Age Pension Act to provide social assistance for people over 70
Chanak Crisis the first time Canada didn't automatically support Britain
Halibut Treaty the first time Canada signed a treaty without Britain
King-Byng Crisis GG should not be doing things the PM does not support
Imperial Conference leaders of the countires of the British Empire had tea
Balfour Report all countries in the British Empire gained recognition of being independent countries
The Statue of Westminister British Empire to British Commonwealth. Countries could make their own laws
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