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Canadian History 1945-1968

Canadian History 1945-1968

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Canadian History 1945-1968

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  1. Canadian History1945-1968 An Introduction

  2. Because I’m Nice Canada and the World Everyday Experiences and Culture Leadership, Government and Politics Economics, Science and Technology Continuity and Change

  3. Canada and the World Korean War June 25, 1950 July 27, 1953 A proxy war Still divided today

  4. Canada and the World Expo 67 World fair Focuses on culture 120 countries 50 million people

  5. Canada and the World Peacekeeping Countries break from European control Egypt and the Suez Crisis P. 331

  6. Everyday Experiences and Culture Medicare Free health care for all 1968 Modeled after Saskatchewan

  7. Everyday Experiences and Culture Baby Boom Post World War Two Returning soldiers, immigrants Still effects us today

  8. Everyday Experiences and Culture Suburbia Post World War Two Product of Baby Boom Planned Communities Pros and cons

  9. Everyday Experiences and Culture New Flag 1965 Over two thousand designs Consequences of the design

  10. Everyday Experiences and Culture Counterculture Against the status quo Baby boomers coming of age Created their own culture Changed every aspect of culture

  11. Everyday Experiences and Culture Consumerism New products, more money Automobiles Recreation Media/advertisements

  12. Leadership, Government and Politics Quiet Revolution Change from Canadians to Quebecois A modernization – education, infrastructure P.311

  13. Leadership, Government and Politics Louis St.Laurent November 15, 1948 – June 21, 1957 “Uncle Louis” Newfoundland joins Canada Korean War

  14. Leadership, Government and Politics John Diefenbaker June 21, 1957 – April 22, 1963 Bill of Rights 1958 Aboriginals the right to vote 1960

  15. Leadership, Government and Politics Lester B. Pearson April 22, 1963 – April 20, 1968 New flag, Canada Pension Plan, Universal health care, New Immigration Act Pierre Elliot Trudeau, John Turner, Jean Chretien

  16. Economics, Science and Technology Avro Arrow Advanced interceptor Jet But extremely expensive Canceled by federal government Its legacy

  17. Economics, Science and Technology Automobile Post World War New highways meant more cars Economic boom in Canadian cities – Windsor, Oakville, Oshawa

  18. Economics, Science and Technology Television 1952 – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Shift from radio to TV

  19. Continuity and Change The Cold War Canada’s role Did they follow the U.S?

  20. Continuity and Change Peacekeeping What missions did Canada participate in? The effect on Canadian society The effect on the world

  21. Continuity and Change Canadian – U.S relations Good or bad? How did it change? Why is it important