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|invented the battery-less radio.
|invented the snowmobile, because his son died because the roads were blocked by snow
|was a famous sports caster for Hockey In Canada
|Liberal prime minister of Canada
|Group of 7
|group of 7 Canadian artists, who painted Canada's landscapes
|invented insulin, to treat Diabetes
|replaced the king in 1930, he was conservative
|first woman appointed to the senate
|first woman judge in the British empire, and was appointed to an Alberta court
|The famous 5
|followers of Emily Murphy, got the court to decide women and men were referred to as people
|a young woman, who dressed outrageously
|The day the stock market crashed
|The bennet buggy
|named after the prime minister of the time. no one had money to buy gas so they took the engine out of their cars and got horses to pull it
|banned the production, import and transportation of liquor across the country 1918
|brought home by soldiers. 50000 people died, the department of health was developed.
|Chinese exclusion act
|july 1st 1923, this act banned all chinese, except merchants diplomats and students from entering canada
|money given to the unemployed to keep them from starving
|canadian radio broadcasting comission. then changed to CBC. encouraged development of Canadian Programs.
|Canadian broadcasting corporation
|national film board. to promote films in Canada.
|Governor general award
|the award to promote Canadian writing.
|2 causes of the great depression
|-over production and over expansion -Canadas dependence on a few primary products
|3 demands behind the winnipeg general strike were..
|1 decent wages 2 an 8 hour day 3 the right to bargain for better working conditions