Canada has 4 main regions-Northern, Central, Western and Atlantic. It's a different experience living in each area. Factors that affect one may not affect another. Therefore, growing up or residing in one place will shape the way you look and feel about the world around you, so much so, that a Canadian from a different area may have contrasting outlooks. For example, many citizens of Quebec feel a strong anger towards the rest of the country because of the predominantly British influence that Canada was founded on, and because French views are often downplayed.
This was a terrible time for many Canadians, as many men and woman had lost their jobs.  The stock market crash happened because too many people were investing in stocks, hoping to make easy money, but backfired on Canadians. More people we’re losing their jobs, and the economy would be falling more and more. By the 30’s, technology had not been as advanced as it is today and because of the advanced technology, more job opportunities are offered to many people thus with the many job opportunities. Canadians will not have to rely on stock market as they did in
Nevertheless, there are a couple of different ways (maybe even more) that the government can actually help Canada get out of this “soon to be crisis”. (By soon I mean if nothing is done in about four to five decades really hard problems may start to occur). However, like everything in this world nothing is perfect. There are costs and benefits involving the concepts that I discussed above. However, most of them generate benefits that exceed the costs, thus, they should be implemented.
In George Woodcock’s A Social History of Canada he has one view and that is to carry out the story through his evidence and portrayal that it was through the neglect of the government and the psychological problems of Louis Riel that . He said “The Old West did not die quietly.”(1) This means that both sides of the rebellion put up a good fight and not just in the battle they fought for many years over the land of their ancestors that was taken from them. “By the early 1880’s not only the Métis but also the English-speaking mixed bloods and even the white settlers were becoming disturbed by the fact that the dominion surveyors were moving through the prairies, laying out the land in square townships
Confederation was the main issue. Those who were opposed to Confederation made fun of the whole idea. They also complained that the subsidy they would receive from the central government each year only amounted to eighty cents per person. This was not enough. They felt that Tilley was selling New Brunswickers out to the Canadians for eighty cents each.
In Canada and the United States there is a difference in diversity and in job roles. Firstly, Canada is described in the essay of Being Canadian, and an inclusive society. This is provided through the quote “It is a bridge between those who left something to make a new home and those born here” (Greer, 1999. p.17). This quote explains that Canada is an inclusive society because Canada makes immigrants feel just as important as the people who were born here. This is important because not many countries treat immigrants fairly, and choose to judge them to be below than people who were born in the country.
Treatment of Aboriginals in Canada People outside of Canada perceive Canada as a very multicultural and accepting country. As we look through Canada’s past history between Aboriginal peoples and the government this statement doesn’t seem so true. “First Nations were often stripped of their rights in the past” (Riles02, Indian Act and Canadian Treaties). They had little say in their own lives due to the creation of the Indian Act, suppressing their traditions and trying to assimilate their culture. To try and control their lifestyles the government created residential schools, and forced the First Nations children to attend.
Survival in Canada Life is not always what people expected. The first settlers In Canada found that out, when it defiantly was not what they expected; they needed to fight to survive to live in Canada. David Thompson, the author of David Thompson’s Narrative of his Explorations in Western America and, Samuel Hearne who wrote A Journey from Prince of Wales’s Fort in Hudson’s Bay to the Northern Ocean. Both had to fight to survive in Canada. The struggles to survive through the cold harsh winter, this was a huge challenge.
The shortage of teachers meant ads being created to hire teachers. Not all Canadians were qualified for this job so many educated immigrants came into Canada and were able to teach the children. This also later on lead to an increase in bigger sized homes and later on universities, which helped Canada, become a growing economy. A controversial question about the baby boom was weather or not the baby boom would have happened if the Second World War did not happen would the baby boom have occurred? No the baby boom would not have happened if the second world war had not happened because many of the men met their brides at war and took them back into Canada which resulted in the baby boom.
Church or religious services in general today are not promoted enough for society to recognize the importance of these events. A survey conducted by statistics Canada found that between 1986 and 2001 there was a seventeen percent increase in people not attending religious services (26 % and 43 % respectively) (Robinson, 2003). It is estimated that the majority of the Canadian adults will not attend any services by 2011. This rising “religious crisis” could be due to many reasons. For example, many young adults who do not attend religious services regularly could be due to a reason such as not being able to comprehend the material lectured by the priest (Gordon, 2008).