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1. Different Canada

Laurier becomes Prime Minister (date). 1896
Canada sends volunteers to fight in the Boer war in South Africa (date). 1899
Alaska Boundary Dispute is settled (date). 1903
BC Native chiefs take land claim to King Edward VII of England (date). 1906
Vancouver race riot occurs (date). 1907
Laurier era ends (date). 1911
Titanic sinks off coast of Newfoundland (date). 1912
WWI begins (date). 1914
'For the next 100 years, Canada shall be the star towards which all men who love progress and freedom shall come.' Who said this? Laurier - 1904
Period of moral strictness named after Queen Victoria, British monarch from 1837-1901. Victorian age
Group of women who lobbied for the right to vote. Suffragists
Well known Canadian suffragist who campaigned for women's rights. Nellie McClung
Published 'Anne of Green Gables' in 1908. Lucy Maud Montgomery
At the beginning of the twentieth century Canada's foreign disputes were settled by which country? Britain
In this dispute, Britain favoured US interests over Canadian interests - early 20th century. Alaska Boundary Dispute
Ownership of a fjord called Lynn Canal was particularly important because... This waterway provided access to Yukon gold.
In the early 20th century French Canadians saw themselves not as British subjects but as... Canadiens
Laurier's poster campaign to attract new settlers to Canada used this slogan to describe the prairies... "Last Best West"
Belief that one race or group is superior. ethnocentric/ethnocentricity
Future Prime Minister who declared in 1907 that "British Columbia must remain a white man's country". R.B. Bennett
Under this Act, every Chinese person immigrating to Canada had to pay a head tax. Chinese Immigration Act of 1885
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