The Story of Canada

The Story of Canada

[a Century of Change]

Book - 2009
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From joining our allies on the battlefields of World War I to looking at how our nation has grown and changed since Confederation, The story of Canada: a Century of change outlines an era shaped by struggle and technology. It begins with World War I and moves forward to the Winnipeg Strike, the development of aircraft, cars, and hydroelectricity, the Depression, women's suffrage, World War II, immigration, separatism, the women's rights movement, the environment, multiculturalism, and the struggle of Canada's First Peoples for self-government.
Publisher: New York : Toronto : Scholastic Canada, 2009.
ISBN: 9780545996181
Characteristics: 113 p. :,ill. (some col.), col. map, ports. ;,28 cm.
Additional Contributors: Daniel, Alan 1939-
Moore, Christopher 1950-


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