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Canada's reputation after World War 1
Transcript of Canada's reputation after World War 1
During World War 1, Canada's reputation improved by their political decisions, economy, home front and overseas, making it an autonomous country.
The first that was introduced to the canadians during world war one was a A luxury tax on tobacco and alcohol. (ARCHIVED - Canada and the First World War)
In 1916, the Business Profits War Tax Act was introduced. It required all Canadian corporations with $50,000 or more in capital to file a yearly tax return. (ARCHIVED - Canada and the First World War)
The Income War Tax Act of 1917 introduced the personal and corporate income tax, it was conceived as a temporary measure. (ARCHIVED - Canada and the First World War)
The income tax has now become a regular feature in Canada's economy.
Allowed women to have freedom
No color line
Canada's economy was bleak during the war, far. But it still helped with Canada's economy in various ways. It shaped our country to become what it is now.
Because of the large amount of unemployment, the government created Imperial Munitions Board (IMB). ("Canada's Economy Effected by WWI - Canada's Total War in WWI." Canada's Economy Effected by WWI - Canada's Total War in WWI. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 July 2014.)
IMB produced around one million shells a month that are used in the world war one. (class notes)
it provided jobs for men at home and women.
it improved Canada's industries's standard.
Before World War One, Women are banned to do a lot of things. After the war, women are allow to vote and go to work.
Women get to do work ("Canada and the First World War." Library and Archives Canada. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 July 2014.)
Wartime Elections Act of 1917 allows women to vote.(class notes)
After the war, women gained more respects. (Sungrab, Tenzin. "Women’s Rights during WW1 in Canada." Ontario Human Rights Commission. N.p., n.d. Web.)
Canada was Britain's colony at World War one. After the wars at the front line, Canada has truly become a country.
The battle of Ypres
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This is the first time canadians enter the war. (class notes)
Canada established it's reputation as a formidable fighting force. ("Ypres 1915." Veterans Affairs Canada. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2014.)
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The single most successful allied advance on the Western Front. （ｃｌａｓｓ ｎｏｔｅｓ）
Canadians had captured more ground, prisoners and guns than any previous British offensive of the war. （"Canada and Vimy Ridge." Veterans Affairs Canada. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 July 2014.)
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Tｈｅ Wartime Elections Act of 1917 ｇｉｖｅｓ ｗｏｍｅｎ ｒｉｇｈｔｓ to vote.
Women's choice help with decision making during world war one.
No color line supports the canadian forces at front line.
Conscription crisis bring more soilders to help the canadian divisons in battles.
importante decisions in home land affects the front line in war.
Reputation from war push the economy to grow.
IMB manufactures war materials to support the front line.
No color line lets Asian and Black canadians work at IMB that produces more war materials to support canadian divisions at front line.
Victory bond raise more money for war and manufacturing.
Prime Minister Borden passed the the Military Services Act on July 24, 1917. ("The Conscription Crisis." CBCnews. CBC/Radio Canada, n.d. Web. 06 July 2014.)
It support the front line with military forces since the number of wounded and died soldiers increase. (class notes)
No color line
"No color line" in canadian army. (class notes)
More support for the front line. (class notes)
Victory Bonds are sold to Canadian citizens during World War One to raise money for the war. ("Victory Bonds." Archives of Ontario - Canadian Posters from the First World War - Victory Bonds. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 July 2014.)