Bellwork: 12/6

BELLWORK: 12/4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. How did each of the Canadian Prime Ministers (Laurier vs Borden) view WWI?

How did Sam Hughes contribute to Canadian mobilization? How did Britain rely on Canada during WWI? How was this reliance demonstrated in the Imperial War Conference? Why did Borden pass the Military Service Act of 1917? THINKER: How did WWI change Canadas relationship with England, as well as, the U.S.?

WWI IN THE AMERICAS Canada! Canada pre-WWI Review How did Canadas relationship to Great

Britain impact their involvement in WWI? As a Dominion of the British Empire, the British government controlled Canadas foreign policies Gained

independence in domestic issues in 1867 (British NA Act) In 1912, the Canadian military was integrated into British defense plans. At

the outbreak of WWI, Canada had a standing military of 4,000 men & their navy consisted of two warships. How did each of the Canadian Prime Ministers view WWI? PM Laurier (1896-1911) PM Borden (1911-1920)

Declaration of War Britain declared war on August 4, 1914 This British declaration of war automatically brought Canada into the conflict "It is our duty to let Great Britain know and

to let the friends and foes of Great Britain know that there is in Canada but one mind and one heart and that all Canadians are behind the Mother Country (Wilfred Laurier) Preparation for War Initial

commitment was 25,000 men Equipped & delivered to Europe at Canadas expense..$50 million To

facilitate this mobilization, the government passed the War Measures Act. Fed.Gov. had the right to govern in times of war, invasion or insurrection. Preparation for War

How did Sam Hughes contribute to Canadian mobilization? Mobilization effort was dominated by Sam Hughes Assembled, trained, equipped men for battle (100,000 by mid-1915 & reserves in England)

Organizations (YMCA & Canadian Patriotic Fund) raised money for troops, food, Canadas Role in WWI How did Britain rely on Canada during WWI? How was

this reliance demonstrated in the Imperial War Conference? Providing Supplier Wheat Lumber Meat Minerals

troops to the allies on Western Front of primary resources Ammunition Imperial production

War Conference (Jan. 1917): Britain expected HMCS Niobe stops a liner for contraband inspection off the American coast, 1914. Canadian Expeditionary Force In 1915,(~60,000) Indigenous Canadians were allowed to serve!

3,500 First Nation Canadians would serve with the CEF. Above: Canadian soldiers in a trench on the Western Front 1915 Below: 23rd Battalion of the CEF; a segregated military unit - 1915 Francis Pegahmagabow - most highly decorated First Nation in Canadian military history and the most effective sniper of World War I. He was an

expert marksman and scout, credited with killing 378 Germans and capturing 300 more Why did Borden pass the Military Service Act of 1917? Anti-War demonstration in

Montreal; 1917 Payment for War Canada was already in debt & an economic depression prior to WWI Had to borrow money..not from England..who?

Increased taxes (new items & income) Emerged from WWI with a debt around $5 billion How did WWI change Canadas relationship with England, as well as, the U.S.? HOMEWORK WWI in the Americas: due Friday! U.S.

Homefront pgs. 144-152 These are your notes make sure you read for understanding and summarize the main concepts! Canada: The Story of Us

As we watch the video, take notes on the key operations where Canadian soldiers contributed = 10 points! https ://www.amazon.com/Worlds-Collide-Pre-1 608-1759/dp/B07MK48DP6/ref=sr_1_2?k eywords=canada+the+story+of+us&qid

=1575408539&sr=8-2 Review: Canadian Involvement in WWI https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=eYmsRaT6L1Y

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