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Lecture 16 Part 1 – Canada in the 1930s

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History 2201E
Linda Sabathy- Judd

Lecture 16 Part 1 – Canada in the 1930s-1940s  Changing destinations of Canadian exports o Increased trade with the United States (+20%) and down with Britain (-12%)  Cultural integration with the United States o Popular culture, etc. o Getting concerned that Canada is loosing its identity, leaving one empire and going into another o Canada creates the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) for Canadian news, etc. o All Canadians wish to be viewed differently than Americans  Underlying anti-Americanism o King accused that he made no effort in forging a Canadian national identity; really a great nationalism  Didn’t shun the idea, but didn’t push it; too early for it, cannot brush aside relationship with Britain o National Anthem  Changed to the current version in 1924 o National Hockey League formed in 1917  Canadian Foreign Policy in the 1930s o Canada entered world affairs with the ability to ma
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