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Naval Issue

Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What did it mean for Canada? Another English/French divide.
Until 1910, how were Canada's shores? They were protected by the Royal Navy.
What did English Canadians want? To help the British pay for ships, or provide them.
What did French Canadians want? A navy of Canada's own.
What was introduced in 1910? The Naval Services Act.
What did the 1910 Act mean? That Canada would have it's own navy, but in times of emergancy would be turned over to Britain.
What did a both sides think abou the 1910 Act? They hated the compromise.
How many ships did Canada have by WWI? Two loaned warships (one per coast).
Created by: dreycraf