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The British Empire's influence on Canada

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Eline Sandnes Fosse

on 19 April 2016

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Red coates

Language
remains after the british accent

Religion
45% catolics
30% protestants
The British Empire
-Canada

How did this affect the people who lived there and their way of living?
Canada - Nouvelle France


1603 - 1763

1608: Quebec


Canada under British rule
Canada before Britain
Inuits

New France (1603 - 1763)

Royal Goverment
Military security
Economic development
Sources
INTERNETT
Michel Brunet, 1981, French Canada and the early decades of British Rule, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/008004/f2/H-13_en.pdf

Canadian Heritage Gallery, 1999, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.canadianheritage.org/books/canada3.htm

Aidan Parnell, (2013), Canada's Role in the British Empire, Hentet 03/11/2013, http://prezi.com/rugxpdjohxn0/canadas-role-in-the-british-empire/

Stephen Luscombe, (1996), The British Empire, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.britishempire.co.uk/

Canadian Geneagoly, (2002-2013), Chronicles of Canada, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.canadiangenealogy.net/chronicles_canada.htm

FN-sambandet, (2011), Canada, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.globalis.no/Land/Canada

The Canadian Encyclopedia, (2012), From French to British Regime, Taken 03/11/2013

Heritage-History, (2007-2012), The British Empire-Canada, Taken 03/11/2013, http://www.heritage-history.com/www/heritage.php?Dir=eras&FileName=britain_10.php

1627: The british attacks Quebec

1690: New war

1756: The 7-years war starts

22. june 1759: The british attacks Quebec, wins

10. february 1763: The Treaty in Paris

VIDEO
History of the British Empire, (2010), Taken from www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWedTbuAtR4

Tamara Gorski on how not to speak with a Canadian accent, (2013), Taken from www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBqiAGZPRzU
How did Britain colonize Canada?
Summary
Many attempts

1763

British law and governor

Different views

Inuits challenged

Independence: 1867

Remains after the empire
BOOKS
Hakulinen, Kerkko (edit), (1995), Canada og Mexico, All verdens land, Finland, Det Beste

Lundstøl, S. R, (1999), USA og Canada, Oslo, Norsk Fakta Forlag A.s.

Poulsen, F. M, (1992), Inuit, Italy, Wayland

Buckner, Phillip (edit). (2008). Canada and the British empire. Oxford: Univerity Press.
The British Arrival
Remains after the empire today
British-French

Catholic-Protestants

1867: Independent dominion

Politically and legally under British rule

Britain could override every canadian decission

Canada had more power over themselves
Independence

Being French in Canada
Allowed to continue to govern themselves according to their own customs

Catholics were excluded from public positions
Important because of their contribution to agriculture, industry, commerce and the professions.

Loyalty was taken for granted by the british-speaking canadians

Not always understood/accepted
accent, traditions, values
Being British in Canada
"It was a real shocker..as if i was in a foreign country, and here I was thinking Canada, being a part of the British Empire and all that, that I would be received as a wonderful person"
Aboriginal people
Most of Canada were Aboriginal territory

The British wanted the land and the workers.

Initially: ignore, challenge or negotiate the settlers.


Englishman, although you have conqered the French you have not yet conquered us!
-Ojibwa chief Minavavana
PHOTOS
Death of General Wolfe, (2005), Taken from http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Death_of_General_Wolfe

Quebec City, (2009), Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Quebec_City

The Viceroyalty of New France in 1712. (2009), Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_France

Flag of Canada, (2011), Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Canada.svg#filehistory

Inuit man, (2008), Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Inuit_man_by_Curtis_-_Noatak_AK.jpg

Canada celebrates Flag Day, (1995), Taken from http://mymmsite.com/Michael%20page/dominion-day-canada.html

British law and governor
Canada's flag from 1868-1921
Inuit from Canada
Map over New France
Death of General Wolfe under 7 years war
Map over Canada today
Made by: Eline Sandnes Fosse and Melissa Bamrungkho Thomassen
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