From 1930-1959, Canada had achieved the most in terms of attaining independence from Britain because of their successful tactics at the Sicily and the Liberation of Netherlands battles. Canada remained strong in World War II after World War I. They won the hearts of many citizens after these battles and the Sicily battle was Canada’s best fought battle in World War II. This allowed Canada to ask for more freedom from Britain and Britain couldn’t decline. From 1960-1989, Canada wanted to change the Constitution Act.
However that is your perspective on him from what I see is a man who was very prompt and adventurous. I believe he deserves to be admired by all Canadians, because he contributed greatly to the upbringing of British Columbia and made this glorious province what it is today, well thats my connotation on Simon Fraser. Works Cited "On the Musqueam Reserve, Canada's First Citizens Welcome Its Newest." The Globe and Mail. N.p., n.d.
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Contrary to what any believe, the Battle of Vimy Ridge was more than “another bloodshed” to Canada as a nation. This battle confirmed Canada’s eligibility to participate on the world stage and that they are not to be trifled with by other nations. The accomplishments of the Canadian army brought respect from other countries to Canada. The Canadian army gained confidence in themselves after the victory at the battle Vimy Ridge The Battle of Vimy Ridge was significant to the growth of Canada as a nation. Canada’s eligibility to participate on the world stage and its move towards independence was proven after the accomplishments at the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
The government of Canada has established a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to address these issues but it has been largely ineffective. Though the Government of Canada has made adequate efforts towards monetary reparations for the survivors of residential schools, it has failed to provide a means to remedy the ongoing problems of alcohol and drug addiction, sexual abuse, and suicide in the communities of residential school survivors.3 Residential schools were first established in the 1880's to solve Canada's “Indian Problem”. Settlers in Canada thought of the First Nations people as savages, and the goal of the residential schools was to civilize them and integrate them in to white Canadian society. The first operators of residential schools thought of their forced integration as a benefit to native peoples. One of the overseers of residential schools wrote to the Sisters in charge of St. Joseph's Mission at Williams Lake that “It now remains for ... ... middle of paper ... ... April 10, 2014. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/02/24/first_nations_youth_call_for_fiveyear_action_plan.html.
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