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Canadas Conflict

1.) Women’s voting rights

– Started in Ontario in 1884 and Manitoba in 1900

– The Female Employees Fair Remuneration Act was designed to provide women with equal pay for work of equal value

-No-one died for standing up for these rights

-Woman won the and are allowed to vote and started others on the right path towards equal rights.

-Even today we are still trying to make woman’s rights equal to mens rights.

2.) Canadas population grew

-Any people who wanted to move to Canada. (Ireland, Scotland, England.)

-In the decades from 1861 to 1901, the population increased slowly by a few million, at an annual average growth rate of less than 1.3% per year

– No-one died from increasing Canadas population.

-The outcome was helping Canada grow and help the country.

-Canada today is welcoming and it is still continuing to grow.


3.) Economic growth

– Gave us new products such as timber and fish. Helped us to grow our economy

-Nations that were involved Canada Belgium Britain, USA, Russia, Italy, and France.

-Originally a nation of farmers, fishermen, loggers, and fur traders

-No one died during this conflict

-The outcome was we are now more multicultural

-Helped make Canada welcoming towards others

 4.) WWI

-Many nations were involved in this war …….

-How it begins Germany invades Belgium, beginning World War I.

-There were many casualties from WWI

-The Treaty of Versailles is an outcome of World War 1 because they created the treaty to end World War 1 and its friction left behind.

-Treaty of Versailles

-effected politics


-Many nations were involved

-Many casualties occurred

Coming just two decades after the last great global conflict, the Second World War was the most widespread and deadliest war in history, involving more than 30 countries and resulting in more than 50 million military and civilian deaths (with some estimates as high as 85 million dead). Sparked by Adolf Hitler’s invasion of Poland in 1939, the war would drag on for six deadly years until the final Allied defeat of both Nazi Germany and Japan in 1945.

-Division of Germany into two separate states, the destruction of numerous European and Asian cities, a major realignment of political power into Western and Soviet factions, the creation of the United Nations, a strengthening of corporate power and the beginning of a period of increased prosperity in the United States.

Careers & Conversations Reflection

Careers & Conversations Reflection

Planning 10 – Mrs. Durand


I had the opportunity to speak to Anika Green and Alicia Winnett during the career conversations day. Anika Green stood out for me because she is very passionate about animals and her job. She helped to stop poaching and saved about twenty-five animals that day. Her work shift is very long, Anika can work up to fourteen hours a day! Mrs. Green stood out to me because of her hard work and dedication to her job. Another hard working person I talked to was Alicia Winnett. Alicia is a fashion blogger. Mrs. Winnet didn’t know that having a fashion blog would be her job, she told me that she always thought she would be a teacher. I admire Mrs. Winnett because she is self employed so that takes a lot of self discipline to manage a successful blog. I have never heard of an Art Therapist. I talked to Michelle Oucharek-Deo and I learnt a lot more about the importance of this job. An art therapist helps many people to cope with their problems. Some soft skills for being a safari guide and a fashion blogger is self discipline, self motivation, passion for the job, and a good work ethic. Some hard skills for a Safari guide are knowing facts about animals, knowing your way around the area, and being able to give direction to customers when needed. Some hard skills for a fashion blogger are being able to have an eye for fashion and knowing how to use a blog. I believe I could gain these skills for this career, I could gain these skills by going to zoo’s and learning more facts about animals, or I can go shopping more often and look for trends. I definitely thought Careers and Conversations day was a valuable experience because it introduced me to a wider variety of job options and I got to practice my interviewing skills.