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Class Notes for Canadian Studies at Trent University

CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Thomas John Barnardo, Home Children

REVIEW Treaty of Ghent Great Britain and the US consider the treaty and achievement Military stalemate. Britain gave up any dreams of retaking the territories. Canada owes its present shape to the treaty, gave Canadians a...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: French And Indian War, Iroquois, John Cabot

The Royal Proclamation Overview. October 7, 1763 No Canada or U.S.A. yet! 3 colonies established in Quebec, West Florida and East Florida 2 wars fought concurrently o The French and Indian war (175463) o The Seven Years w...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tom Thomson, Algonquin Provincial Park, Emily Carr

Tom Thomson disappears on July 8th, 1917 at Canoe Lake. o Was not part of the group of seven, they formed after his death o One of Canadas most famous artists o Influences painting in Canada for decades to come o July 16t...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jay Treaty, Lower Canada, Quebec Act

Royal Proclamation Review The Europeans arrived in the 16th century, prior to this the land was full of vibrant communities and dynamic settlements of indigenous people. St. Lawrence was a main artery in the centre of Nort...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Operation Yellow Ribbon, Air India Flight 182, Osama Bin Laden

Attack on Parliament Hill October 22nd, 2014. Parliament and National War memorial were targeted Killed Nathan Cirillo Michael ZehafBibeau Quebecois mother and Syrian father o homeless and struggling with cocaine addictio...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pierre Trudeau, Maurice Duplessis, Fleur-De-Lis

DDay Normandy Invasion Review Canadian women volunteer services were vital to the war effort in Canada DDay coastline, Fortress Europe 7000 vessels launched, more than 450 Canadians parachuted in ahead of 14,000 Canadian ...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Operation Overlord, Total War, War Measures Act

Prelude to World War II Canadas massive contribution to victory o 600,000 men in uniform, 60,000 plus died Linked to the growth of communism and socialism Women were needed to help out and this changed to gender roles WWII...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Brian Mulroney, North American Free Trade Agreement, Maquiladora

CUFTA o Canada U.S. free trade agreement was agreed upon in 1987 o significant for Canada and the US due to the volume of trade between the two countries o Became a very publicized issue during the 1988 election. o Came i...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1103H Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Igor Gouzenko, Expo 67, Warsaw Pact

Review Expo 67 The Quiet revolution Quebec started to take control of its own affairs Government spending skyrockets and the education reform Viewed in a mostly fond light, but the Quebecois and the First Nations contested...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1103H
James Onusko
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Military Alliance, Gradual Civilization Act
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Thursday, March 8, 2018 CAST1101 LEC 7 March 8 Book Review The summary Accurate and thorough The author should agree with you Overall picture with precise details to demonstrate precise points Succinct 810 pages (use abo...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Maurice Duplessis, Jim Crow Laws, Padlock Law
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Thursday, March 1, 2018 CAST March 1 Lec 6 The Rule of Law Part 2: Human rights Muslim ban in Canada? The common sense of Discrimination Immigration (Used to be very precise and discriminatory) Head Tax 1885 Chinese Excl...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: World War Ii
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Thursday, February 8, 2018 CAST1101: Feb 8 LEC 5 An inclusive democracy Who cant vote? Some people dont feel included (but still can vote) Voters at Confederation 1867 Local or central control lists? Loyalty Property ...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Premiership Of Stephen Harper, Imagined Community, Intolerable Acts
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Thursday, February 1, 2018 CAST1101: Feb 1 LEC 4 Midterm prep Full two hour class (test takes about 1 hour and a bit) 2 Sections 1st section: Identify and explain the signicance of 4 of the fowling 8 terms. 10 marks eac...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Legislature Parliament Of Nepal, Responsible Government, Statelessness
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Thursday, January 25, 2018 CAST1101: Jan 25 LEC 3 Responsible Government Fantasies of Statelessness Libertarians Afganistan Responsible government is taken for granted What is responsible government? Responsible to t...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit
CAST 1101H Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Personal Rule, Toleration, Responsible Government
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Thursday, January 18, 2018 CAST: Jan 18 LEC 2 The rule of law: why some British history is Canadian history History doesnt repeat itself but it sometimes rhymes Rule of Law: All subject to law including rulers presumes ...

Canadian Studies
CAST 1101H
Christopher Dummit

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