Canada: Post World War II

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Canada: Post World War II により Mind Map: Canada: Post World War II

1. International Affairs

1.1. Cold War

1.1.1. The Gouzenko Affair Gouzenko Affair USSR embassy clerk reveals 2 spy rings in Canada spends life in Canadian protection Communist threat in Canada

1.1.2. Red Scare RCMP carries out illegal & secret inquiries regarding communists Imigrants denied entry into Canada Communists are deported from Canada

1.1.3. The Korean War 26,500 Canadians serve, 100 wounder, 400 killed

1.1.4. Cyprus Canadian troops stationed for 29 years Canada contributes $600 million and 30 Canadian soldiers die

1.1.5. Middle East Conflict peacekeeping troops were sent to the region

1.1.6. Recognition of Communist China

1.1.7. Vietnam War Canada does not support it Protests in Canada against it

1.2. International Organizations

1.2.1. La Francophonie link between former French colonies sets up billingualism in Candada Canada is a founding member A Canadian is the first president

1.2.2. NATO mutual defense to prevent Soviet expansion Canada contributes to the defense force

1.2.3. NORAD 3 radar lines in Canada's North

1.2.4. UN Canada's peacekeeping role acts after its approval

1.2.5. ACCT Canada is a founding member

1.3. Peacekeeping in Recent Overseas Conflict

1.3.1. The Persian Gulf War Canada sends ships & fighter planes to patrol the Persian gulf

1.3.2. Yugolavia, 1992 Canadians attacked by Croatian soldiers Canadians launch a full scale assault to reoccupy the ceasefire zone

1.3.3. Somalia, 1992 Canadian government disbands CAR damages reputation of Canadian individuals, military, and nation

1.3.4. NATO bombing of Kosovo Canadian warplanes were amongst the NATO ones that continuosly bombed Yugoslovakia military & communication targets Canadians working under UN order (mandate) enter to peacekeep

2. Canadian-American Relations

2.1. Cold War

2.1.1. Defense NATO DEW line, Mid Canda Pinetree Line, North Warning System NORAD Canada contributes $300 million Phases out Bombard missiles & nuclear warheads Weapons Avrow Arrows Bomarc missiles SDI US proposal of defensive umbrella

2.2. Projects

2.2.1. St. Lawrence Seaway

2.2.2. Pacific Salmon Wars CAD/US arguement over west coast fish Pacific Salmon Treaty of 1985 1999 New Treaty not signed by BC

2.2.3. Canadarm sold to NASA

2.3. Economic Ties

2.3.1. Auto Pact free car imports between Canada and US lower car costs US investment in Canadian automotive

2.3.2. Growing US influence 70% of Canadian products sold in US

2.4. War

2.4.1. War on Terror Opeation Support provides aircraft divertde to Canadian airfields Operation Apollo Candian military campaign against terrorism supports American Operation on enduring freedon

2.4.2. War on Iraq Canada will only take military action if UN approves US continues without UN support Canada has given $100 million to humanitarian assistance in Iraq

3. Canadian Politics

3.1. Liberal Party

3.1.1. Louis St. Laurent St. Lawrence Seaway Trans Canada Highway Trans Canada Natural Gas Pipeline Encourages Newfoundland & Labrador to join confederation (succeeds)

3.1.2. Lester B. Pearson Canadian Pension Plan Publicly funded Medicare New Canadian Flag Royal Billingualism Comission

3.1.3. Pierre Trudeau Official Languages Act of 1969 Income Tax Cuts Poor & Elderly Benefits

3.1.4. Jean Chrétien Budget Surplus within 5 years of election

3.2. Progressive Conservative Party

3.2.1. John Diefenbaker Canadian Bill of Rights Raises pensions Financial aid to farmers

3.2.2. Brian Mulroney Canada Health Act Neo Conservatism

3.2.3. Kim Campbell Takes over after Mulroney resigns

3.3. New Political Parties

3.3.1. Bloc Québecois Seeks to make Quebec an independant nation Led by Lucien Bouchard Official opposition in 1993

3.3.2. Reform Party Western Discontent Against billingualism & Quebec priviliges Official opposition in 1997

4. Social Changes in Canada

4.1. Women's Rights

4.1.1. Womens's Liberation Movement Feminists Mainstream Radical

4.1.2. Women in Govt Jeanne Sauve first women speaker of the house first female GG Kim Campbell first female PM

4.1.3. Women in the workforce 1980 48% of women employed outside of home enter new fields that were previously for men only

4.1.4. Legislative Change 1970-discriminaton is illegal 1976 maternity leave laws equal work for equal pay child tax credit

4.2. Medicare

4.2.1. 90% of doctor's go on strike launch campaign against government and medicare fear of being turned into public servants

4.2.2. 10 years later Medicare is federal

4.3. Immigration

4.3.1. 1952 Immigration Act Country needs labour, accepts immigrants again a few years later

4.3.2. Canadian Multiculturalism Act

4.3.3. In sync with business cycle

5. Canadian Economics

5.1. 1970s

5.1.1. Double digit inflation

5.1.2. Opec Crisis Raise in oil prices (demand > supply) Unions form for better wages CAD gov dept increases

5.2. Post War -1960s

5.2.1. Alberta has strongest economy Discovery of mining and oil

5.2.2. Veterans Low interest rate

5.2.3. increased industrial capacity

5.3. 1980s-1990s

5.3.1. Massive dept Strengthen private sector help reduce deficit consumer goods to service industry % in poverty increases Neo conservatism reduce government involvement in economics increase market reliance NAFTA increases trade + investment jobs lost b/c of relocation companies sold to US or Mexico Liberal Party vow to end deficit, govt by 1998

5.4. Foreign Aid

5.4.1. $2 billion to rebuild W. Europe

5.4.2. Communism Containment Food, equipment, raw materials

5.4.3. CIDA ODA bilateral support supports non govt organizations supports private sector enterprises supports multilateral institutions dropped 34 % in the last 15 years

5.4.4. Colombo Plan foreign aid to ither commonwealth