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TermDefinition
Immagrant A person who moves to a new country
Imperialism A country who extends its control over countries often for economic or military means.
Pemmican Dry, shredded buffalo meat mixed with fat and berries.
Superpower A country that is more powerful than most other countries.
Assimilation A process by which culture or individual is absorbed into more dominant cultures because of its overwhelming influence.
Bilingual Fluent in two languages.
Discrimination Unfair treatment of a person or group based on their skin colour, gender, or religion, sex or culture.
Acadian A francophone citizen of Acadia.
Northwest Mountain Police The very first police force formed to enforce laws, rules, or any acts from the Government.
Monopoly When only one company or group is allowed to sell or trade a product in a certain area.
Mercantilism An economic system that allowed an Imperial country to become rich by selling the resources taken from its colonies.
Colony A territory controlled by another country.
Deadlock A situation where no progress can be made.
Free Trade Tax-Free trade between countries. No Tarrifs
Treason Going against the Queen, King or Government