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Industrialization

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Jordan Baker

on 7 April 2012

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A black and white picture of the Bowman & Co. coal and Wood yard was established in 1876. Industries of Canada. 1890 The address for this yard was 246 Bathurst Street. Date of Original 1890
1850's
1950's
2000's

Industrialization (a proccess) is an economic development of multiple industry in an area.
It is where individual manual labour is often replaced by mechanized mass production, and craftsmen are replaced by assembly lines.
Industrialization is to benefit our imports and exports to improve the wealth and standards of a city or country.
Industrialization makes human lives easier by using machines.
A Brief Description of Industrialization
A black and white picture of the Bowman & Co. Coal industry. Bowman & Co was established in 1876.
- Industries of London, Ontario,Canada. 1890.
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http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/20120203/caterpillar-closing-electromotive-plant-120203/
http://www.ledc.com/index.php/ledc/menu_link/industry-sectors/manufacturing
Present
Future
Caterpillar plant lockout!
Employment
This is a short video of the Electromotive plant lockout that happened here in London recently. This has caused around 400 citizens of London, ON. To lose their jobs.
Bibliography!
In london's past, the work done in factories, farms, workshops, or other jobs were all done manually.
When things were done manually it gave lots of opportunities for jobs so that people could earn an honest living.
But, starting in the 1800's there was not as much opprtunity in london. in fact there have been less due to a process called industrialization.
Industtialization is causing worker's jobs to be replaced by machinery In London, Ontario.
Now in london, a large number of the work that was originally done by labour, is now done by machines that people have developed to do the work for them.
In the past two hundred years, the number of factories have been increasing but the number of workers have been decreasing.
An example of Industrialization is how workers used to have to make products by hand.
Now, they just use tractors, combines and other machinery to do the work for them.
London has been trying to develop more major industries though has interacted with economy issues.
This truck is a London built Barton and Rumble truck. Freeman & Whiting Movers were in the business ever since 1923-1926 at 1036 Florence Street.
2000's
1850's
1800's
http://www.londonpubliclibrary.ca/localhistory
1800's
http://images.ourontario.ca/london/results?q=Industry&st=kw
1900's
1950's
1900's
London's Industrialization Timeline
All industry was man made.
No great Machines.
Most industry was man made.
Starting to create machines.

Still most industry was man made.
Machines are being used.

The Tecumseh House was erected in 1856 and demolished in 1929.
London's Oldest Hostelry. It has entertained many distinguished guests, including royalty on three different occasions.
-Located in London, ON. At the corner of York and Richmond streets.
-The Tecumseh House was erected in 1856 and demolished in 1929.
Half of the industry is man made.
Machines are now a big factor.
Some industry is man made.
Machines are taking over.
London's Old Industries

In the future, there most likely will be less jobs and more machines manufacturing goods and producing supplies etc.
That Makes the economy of the country increase.
Eventually, there will be almost no manual labour left.
There will be less jobs in london for people because there will be machines that do the jobs that workers did in the past.
Past
In conclusion.....
BY:
Jordan Baker,
We have discovered in our expert groups, that industrialization impacts our community in many different ways. From polluting the enviroment to improving London's economy. We use industrialization to make our lives easier by making machines do the hard labour for us. And we continue to live this way untill no work is required for humans to do.
Of
Industries
One of London’s largest sectors is the Health care & social assistance, Trade, and Manufacturing industries. There are about 38,000 employees . The chart below indicates the full breakdown of employment by industry category in Londonl, Ontario.
Sana Zafar,
Justin Williams,
Tima Mourad,
Kathryn Aukema
and Lexi Wilson
McCormick's cookie and candy shop on Dundass Street London Ontario, 1858. Then becoming McCormick's cookie and candy manufacturing factory.

J. Tune & Sons' Soda Water Works, York St. Established 1882. About 1890. A black and white photo,of the interior of J. Tune & Son's London Soda Water Works factory.
Descriptions of londons industry
over time......
+The use of alternative energy and green technologies is still in the early stages of development.
+The LEDC (London Economic Development Corporation) now has many investment files exploring London’s capabilities and support for solar panels, wind energy, bio-mass, geothermal equipment and bio-fuels.
+London is already a leader in the bio-gas production with the first urban production facility in Ontario underway.
+London’s manufacturing sector has approved manufacturing components for green technologies, and the LEDC will continue to look for more oppoutunities in these industries.
L.E.D.C
<<The Labatt Brewing Company started in 1845 and now it is located at 150 simcoe street London, Ontario.
<<In 1915, Saskatchewan banned public bars which caused prohibition in Canada.
<<After Saskatchewan banned bars, Canadian Beer industry suffered from a second prohibition occured in the U.S. in 1919.
<<1926 in Ontario, 15 breweries remained and just Labatt retained it's original management.
<<The following aftermath resulted with strenghening industrialization.
<<In 1995, a Belgian brewer Interbrew purchased it. Because of this, it is owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V.
<<The Labatt Brewing Company sells Beer such as 'Labatt 50' and 'Labatt Blue.
The Labatt Brewery
London is well known for its strength in education and proud to be home to Fanshawe College, The University of Western Ontario, Thames Valley District School Board, and several private training facilities. This training capacity creates a workforce with the skills required to meet industry needs. Students are now and have been getting the education they need for a long time now.
Before
After
Education
Past
Present
John Corpuz

A Quick Inference
Positive effects-

-Able to produce products quickly and suffietiently
-Cheaper products and goods
-Life expectancy increased
-Education and participation in government -More jobs available to more people

Negative effects-

-Little sanitation
-Poor working conditions
- Enviromental issues
-Public health
-Energy usage
-Population rapidly increasing in some areas, opposite happening in some.
http://www.learner.org/courses/worldhistory/unit_overview_19.html
http://www.ecology.com/2011/09/18/ecological-impact-industrial-revolution/
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