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Homework Help: Socials

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 8:31pm.

Describe the situation of women in Canada, in the years before world war I.

They had very few rights. Their husbands controlled their property, and they were mainly employed as servants and factory workers. They didn't have the right to vote, and were considered as persons under the law.

Explain why Canadiens did not share enthusiasm for Canada's ties to Britain. Do you think their objections were justified? Explain answer.

Canadiens did not share any enthusiasm for Canada's ties to Britain because they were nationalists and they did not consider themselves as British subjects.

If you could add to this, that would be great and if not, could you please post a link to a website that has info about this, thanks.

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