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Lecture 5

Week 5 of course

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Department
Politics and Public Administration
Course Code
POL 129
Professor
Myer Siemiatycki

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POL 129
Immigration History- Post Confederation Since 1867
Anti Chinese immigration policy
Head tax 1885
No right to vote
In 1903 tax increased from 100 to 500 dollars
1923 Chinese immigration act bans entry of Chinese for over 20 years
Revoked in 1947
Head tax apology in 2006
Also restrictions on all Asian, Jews and blacks.
Immigration Restrictions
1907 gentlemens agreement with Japan: 400/year permitted by Japan to
immigrate to Canada.
The act of direct passage: continuous journey act of 1908.
Komagata maru voyage of 1914
Apology 2008
Removing restriction on S. and E. Europeans.
First mass non-British migration to Canada.
Clifford Sifton & Prairie immigration before WW1.
When I speak of quality I have in mind something that is quite different from
what is in the mind of the average writer or speaker upon the question of
immigration. I think that the stalwart peasant in a sheepskin coat, born to
the soil, whose forefathers have been farmers for ten generations, with a stout
wife and half-dozen children, is good quality.
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POL 129 Immigration History- Post Confederation Since 1867 Anti Chinese immigration policy Head tax 1885 No right to vote In 1903 tax increased from 100 to 500 dollars 1923 Chinese immigration act bans entry of Chinese for over 20 years Revoked in 1947 Head tax apology in 2006 Also restrictions on all Asian, Jews and blacks. Immigration Restrictions 1907 gentlemens agreement with Japan: 400year permitted by Japan to immigrate to Canada. The act of direct passage: continuous journey act of 1908. Komagata maru voyage of 1914 Apolog
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