Transcript: Casey The What is Canada 150? What is Canada 150 A celebration for Canada turning 150 years old on July 1st 2017 Many events around the country celebrating Canada 150 Fireworks in Ottawa MOSAÏCANADA 150 Impacts Impacts More tourists coming to Canada for events like Giant Rubber Duck Great for local buisness like hotels getting buisness from travelers Helped Economy because more tourists coming Gives an oppritunity to get involved in community and meet more people Positive Positive Cost Spent over $500 million $200 million on events $300 million on infrastructure $2 million for social media Some events are a lot of money Giant Rubber Duck cost $200 000 Some people thinks waste of money Could be better spent on other things like healthcare, education, public transit Negatives Negatives Importance Importance Get to share our achivements with each other Brings communites together Bibliography Bibliography Staff, BNN.ca. “Canada 150 Celebrations Building on Strong Tourism Trends - Article.” BNN, 24 Mar. 2017, www.bnn.ca/canada-150-celebrations-building-on-strong-tourism-trends-1.705501. Scotti, Monique. “Most Canadians Feel $500M for Canada 150 Is Too Much.” Global News, 26 June 2017, globalnews.ca/news/3538958/canada-150-budget-too-much/. Justin. “How Travellers & Visitors to Canada 150th Anniversary.” TuGo Travel Blog, TuGo, 13 June 2017, blog.tugo.com/en/blog/canada-150-anniversary-travel-celebrate-sesquicentennial/. Government of Canada, Global Affairs Canada, Embassy of Canada to France - Paris. “Government of Canada.” Canada 150, 26 Oct. 2017, www.canadainternational.gc.ca/france/150Canada150.aspx?lang=eng&_ga=2.172290219.929598741.1513609129-26956260.1513609129. THANKS FOR WATCHING THANKS FOR WATCHING I know it's short.
Transcript: FUN FACT OUR CURRENT PRIME MINISTER : Our ruler is the Queen. She is also the Queen of England. CANADA 150 Canada is best known for their maple syrup, the Canadian goose, the beaver, having the most freshwater in the world, multiculturalism, free health care, etc. It is also known for its beautiful sites, rivers, mountain sides, scenery and tourist attractions. OUR RULER : This year ( 2017 ) is Canada 150 Our current prime ministre is Justin Trudeau. Justin Trudeau was born on December 25, 1971. John A. Macdonald was the very first Prime Minister of Canada. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland January 10, 1815. He immigrated to Canada in 1820. He died June 6, 1891 after suffering from a stroke.
Transcript: Canada 150 by: Katherine Pelayo The Constitution Act reinforced the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms in Canada. It gave Canadians the independence from Britain. Constitution Act Constitution Act British North America Act The signing of the British North America Act was an event that happened because Canada wanted to claim themselves as their own country. Canada then became a new, self governing foundation, that included New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec on July 1, 1867. British North America Act Canadian Flag In 1964, the Canadian Prime Minister Lester B Pearson made a proposal for the design of the national flag. He made a proposal for three designs including; a red ensign with the fleur-de-lis and the Union Jack, a design that had three maple leaves and lastly a red flag with one red flag on a white square. One day the design with the red leaf and white square was approved by Jacques St-Cyr. In the late 1964 the final design was approved by Queen Elizabeth II. The flag came in effect on February 15th 1965. Canadian Flag Quebec Sovereignty Was an act to bring independence to Quebec. Quebec wanted to be on their own rather then being apart of the Canadian nation. For years they were apart of Canada's history but they wanted to become their own country. Due to the discrimination acts and racism they suffered throughout the last couple years. Quebec Sovereignty The FLQ Crisis was a national liberation movement that was created to bring independence to Quebec. The members were so determined to achieve this goal that they went as far as kidnapping Canadian representatives, bombing attempts and using propaganda to reveal their message to everyone. FLQ Crisis FLQ Crisis The Bill 101 as known as Charte de la Langue Francaise was introduced by a woman named Camilla Laurin in 1977. It was created to claim French the official language in Quebec. Bill 101 Bill 101 The Official Language Act was a Canadian law that came into effect on September 9, 1969 which stated that English and French were equal and the official languages of Canada. Official Language Act Official Language Act The Last Spike was a celebration of the fact that the railway spike was driven through the Canadian Pacific Railway. The railway was at the time the main way of transportation. The final spike railway that was installed in Canada had meant that the railway was complete and went through all of Canada. The Last Spike The Last Spike Battle of Vimy Ridge The Battle of Vimy Ridge was an order from Canadian forces to take over Vimy Ridge, even though they knew it was guarded by Britain forces. Before Canadian soliders took a shot at taking it over, the French tried many times before. Even when the multiple attempts France was never successful, however Canada was. To Canadians today it is a symbolic piece of land that expresses what the victory meant for each soldier. Battle of Vimy Ridge On April 1, 1999 Canada's national map was about to be changed. The Northwest Territories was divided into two, and ended up creating a new territory known as Nunavut. In the Inuit language the word Nunavut means "our land." Creation of Nunavut Creation of Nunavut The National Evergy Program (NEP) was an energy policy created by the Canadian government. Not long after it was founded it created a war between the west and the east, where they fought for theh energy resources revenues. Due to nationalism the NEP guaranteed the supply and price of Canadian oil and gas. National Energy Program National Energy Program Was a five month period filled with violence. The rebels were mainly apart of the Metis nation, that opposed the Canadian government. These people caused acts of violence because they did not like the changes happening in Canada, considering many of their people were being affected by it. North West Rebellion North West Rebellion Nisga'a Treaty The Nisga'a Treaty was a negotiated agreement between the Nisga nation, the Government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada. It was effective on May 11, 2000. It was the fourteenth treaty that was negotiated in Canada since 1976. Nisga'a Treaty The Treaty of Paris put an end to the seven year war between France and Great Britain. However the war put a major depression throughout France. Their military was compromised in Europe, their navy became weak and their economy crashed. Much of their colonial empire was passed to Great Britain. Treaty of Paris Treaty of Paris
Transcript: By : Kaitlyn Nguyen What can we celebrate? What can we celebrate? Ever since the existence of the Dominion of Canada, we have come to be a big diverse country This is how things changed or stayed the same. in 2017 we are celebrating 150 years of canadian history Various tourist attractions showcase natural beauty. Some are formed by glaciers and erosion, resulting in natural attractions such as flowerpot rocks in Ontario. These flowerpot rocks, also known as hopewell rocks, are made up of sandstone rock and sedimentary rocks. tectonic activity tilted then 30-45 degree angles. Landforms Landforms Canadian shield Canadian shield The Canadian shield covers more than half of Canada. It covers Nunavut, Quebec, Labrador, Ontario, Manitoba, a large part of Saskatchewan and lesser parts of Alberta and the NorthwestTerritories. some of the worlds oldest rocks can be found in the Canadian shield. There are boreal forest in the South, and tundra in the North Between 1867 and 2017 the amount of land has remained the same at 9,093,510 sq. km of land in Canada. Land use Land use Forest area in 1990 fell from 3.48 million sq, km to 3.47 million sq. km in 2015. Canada's forest area has only decreased by 0.34% . This shows that the forest area has been stable from 1990-2015. . Canada has 9% of the world's forest most of which are boreal forest. Forest area Forest area 701,040 sq. km of land was used for agricultural practices in 1967. Most of this agricultural land is sitated in the interior plains. Most of the area i s covered in flat land whcih makes it easier to do agrucultural practices, but also ideal places to put factories. Since then there was been a decrease in that area since it is now used for industrialization. With new technology less agricultural farmers are needed. Agricultural land use Agricultural land use Canada's population has grown because of high rates of fertility and immigration. Dependency load (2017)- 33% of the population Working age- 67% Population density- 4 people per sq. km Urban population- 82.2% Population growth Population growth Canada had an estimated population of 3.4 million people in 1867. This number is very small because at the time, only 4 provinces were involved in the Dominion of Canada. Based on the latest census, the current population in Canada is about 36 million. This change in population has increased mainly because of natural inc rease, new immigrants and lower death rates. We now have better healthcare, newer technology, access to more services which keeps us alive and healthy. Urbanization in the west has been advertised well through the media. Population Population There used to be higher birth rates so children could work in farms, but that is no longer needed because of technology. There is an average 1-2 children per woman in Canada. Death rates are decreasing due to longer life expectancy. In 1931, the life expectancy for both men and momen was about 61 years for men and momen. In 2014 life expectancies have risen to abot 80 years for both men and women. There is about 7-8 death per 1,000 people in Canada. Birth and Death Rates Birth and Death Rates The confederation first started in 1867 with the 4 existing provinces: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. The latest territory to join the confederation is Nunavut in 1999. Confederation Confederation The intercolonial railway was one of the reasons why the confederation was founded. With a railroad in place there would be more trade aand faster transportation. The Usa were less likely to attack Canada if it were a self-governing country. The threat of the Americans expanding into British North America. Why make the confederation Why make the confederation Canada was the fourth country to legalize gay marriage. Ontario and British Columbia became the first two provinces to legalize the liscensing of gay marriage in 2003. Civil marriage act in 2005 made same-sex marriage legal accross Canada. Legalization of gay marriage Legalization of gay marriage Ontario- June 10, 2003 New Brunswick- 23 June 2005 British Columbia- July 8 2003 Quebec- March 19 2004 Yukon- July 14 2004 Manitoba- September 6 2004 Nova Scotia- September 24 2004 Saskatchewan- November 5 2004 Newfoundland and Labrador- December 21 2004 Alberta, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Northwest territories- July 20 2005 (Civil marriage act) Dates Dates Thriving industries in Canada are automotive industries, forestry, oil, gold and silver mining. Industries Industries The automotive industry has been one of Canada's most important manufacturing industries because it is one of Canada's main drivers of manufactured imports and exports as well as employment and industrial production. Automotive industry Automotive industry The Alberta Oil Sands provide great economic value. Contributes to the labour force and economy. Alberta Oil Sands Alberta Oil Sands The forestry Industry provides a lot of economic, social and environmental benefits. Forestry can be done
Transcript: How big is this? What shape our identity There are many things that shape our Canadian identity. Our Canadian identity is shaped by our peacekeeping in war, our allies with the U.S, language we speak, how nice we are as people, the type of food that is around us, what kind of government we had, has or will have change people views of our nation identity. By Peter Thorley Whats shapes my Canadian identity Most people thinks of us as nice, English French speaking people, we love maple syrup, we are peacekeepers and don't start wars, we are british, everyone plays hockey, we have mountain police who lives in the mountains, we have the Rockies, we live in igloo, there no crime, every one has healthcare. There lots of factors that go into shaping my canadian identity. Like being full canadian and british. I say sorry a lot. I am a nice person. What my opinion is on the government. My religion. All of these and more going in shaping my canadian identity. What is Canada 150 Canada 150 birthday is a celebration when Canada became an independent nation. July 1 1867 New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada were claimed the Dominion of Canada, with John A. Macdonald as the first prime minister in Canada. Now Upper Canada was called Ontario and Lower Canada was called Quebec. We celebrate this day every year for the last 149 years. Because this year is special because its Canada 150 and number is divisible by 50 which only happens every 50 years. Canada 150 What is our identity This event is huge people all around the world are coming, all national parks are free for the year, Ottawa itself is spending around a half a billion dollars on this, there is a five thousands dollar prize for the creator of the 150 logo.
Transcript: Oh canada Topic 1 its been 150 years from when Jacques Cartier found and names Canada. a lot of thing has happened to this country. canada is culturally diverseas. Canada immigration canada has helped around new 310,00 immigration in 2018 . it is said that we inn have around 1 million immigration. we have programs like ESL and IEP for parents and children that need help with english or french. schools have IEP meaning students that might need more help then other in there eductation. we helped people that are going through war or isis becuse they deserve peace too. immigration <img src="https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQxY0kKcH-J6HNPmM9xi3LzFfVkxhGKngfczz5ypDf4yFi4N02K" alt="Image result for immigration"/> Topic 3 Subtopic 1 Topic 4 Subtopic 1 Topic 5 Subtopic 1
Transcript: Kapcia, Antoni. "Celebrating 50 Years - But of What Exactly and Why is Latin America Celebrating It?" Bulletin of Latin American Research 31 (2012): 58-76. Web Will The Wounds Ever Be Healed image from CBC.ca Is That Solution likely to work Separated Canadians as Intruders "They treat our defiance as something like a hunger strike." Only 10 indigenous members in the House of Commons. Sources Many indigenous people do not feel a part of Canada 3 separate communities within Canada Canada 150 Majority Wins Canada Exists on Stolen Land Jago, Robert. "Their Country our land: Why indigenous peoples have a problem with #canada150." January 2,2017. Article. What Can Canada Do?
Transcript: Canada has become 150. The fact that we have improved and changed this far is something worth celebrating. Our population has increased, and we are known as those nice people from the north. The Environment Our Country Canada is now 150! When you step outside the door, everyone in your neighborhood is not the same race or same religion you. Just by going to school, everyone is different, from the staff to the students. We do not have to be raised a gender. You can express however you feel and have the right to marry who you like. design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi < Our History Canada has come along way. 150 years since this country was born. We have gone through industrialization and without it will the outcome of this country. Everyone has their own heroes, someone they look to. From family to soldiers that protect our country. When I was small, I was always told about Terry Fox, and how he help raise money for children with cancer by running a huge marathon. Even Rick Hansen himself did what Terry did. Our Status This gives the people the chance to have a great and healthy life. From the cold snowy mountains to boreal forest. The wildlife is beautiful. But the climate is getting more hot making it harder to grow crops and increasing the amount of wildfires. This is due to global warming caused by pollution. Diversity When people think of Canadians, we think of the nice people from the north. We give, help, and protect people as a country. As a bilingual country we speak french and english. We take 250,000 immigrants a year and open our border to anyone. As a canadian citizen, we have the right to vote for the leaders we want. Our relationship first nations people aren't the best but it can improve by treating them as one of us. As Wab Kinew said, " When you set aside a group of people from the rest, that never seems to work." From free education, to free healthcare, changes lives. We have the rural areas of the country and the urban cities of this country. Without rura Canada 150
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