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Chapter3 Timeline

Canada and the Twenties

Winnipeg General Strike gives voice to Post-war dissatisfaction. 1919
League of Nations established, with Canada as a full member. 1920
British Columbia becomes first province to end Prohibition. 1920
Minority government elected. 1921
Agnes Macphail becomes first woman elected to Parliament. 1921
Frederick Banting and Charles Best discover insulin. 1921
King-Bing crisis focuses on Canada's push for autonomy from Britain. 1926
Imperial conference leads to publication of the Balfour Report. 1926
Federal government allows for old aged pension, introducing government-run social assistance for the first time in Canada. 1927
Allied Tribes of British Columbia go to Ottawa to argue for land treaty negotiations. 1928
Persons Case opens the way for Canadian women to be appointed to the senate. 1929
Stock Market crashes. 1929
Created by: tbarnes