Aboriginal Heartland & National The Canadian
Economy & 21st
Economies Hinterland Policy Century
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Sustainability and Biodiversity
Aboriginals and First Nations had this concept
at the center of their world view?
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What economic system was based
on obtaining gold, other natural
resources and the
exploitation of colonies?
1. Westward expansion & settlement
2. Protective Tariffs
3. Construction of a railway linking the east and
What were three aspects of
the National Policy?
Many experts believe that _______ is
necessary because of a projected population
decline that could start by 2010 and may
result in labour-shortages spurring
a decline in economic growth.
Six Nations Confederacy
These people lived in longhouses and farmed
in the St. Lawrence lowlands?
During the era of “wooden ships
and iron men” while Nova Scotia was
the hinterland where was the heartland?
This leader fought for the preservation
and protection of the Metis culture
and way of life?
1951 (56 %) , 1971 (65 %) , 2001 (80 %) urban
In 1871, 83 % of Canada’s population
lived in a rural environment. What percentage
of Canada’s population resided
in an urban environment according to the 2001 census?
A cure for scurvy.
It was a drink made from cedar bark & needles.
Rich in Vitamin C.
Provided by the Wendat (Huron).
What medical cure helped
Jacques Cartier and his crew in 1536?
Hudson Bay Company
A Royal Charter by the
English King in 1670
created this company
with a monopoly over 8 million
square kilometers of territory?
Sir Charles Tupper 1896
19th century Canadian
was from Nova Scotia?
The absence of
toward economic matters?
The Potlatch. Pacific Coast societies (Haida,
Songish, Comox) It was also a means of dealing
with the economic and social inequalities within a
village. It was also a way for the host family to
establish it’s influence and prestige.
A celebratory feast in which
the host family shared it’s
wealth with other members
of the community?
Protective Tariffs / Taxes on imported goods
These were implemented to
Low wages and long hours gave rise
to unions negotiating working conditions
with employers. This process
is known as ?
October 29th 1929
What was the date of the
stock market crash at the end
of the “roaring twenties”?
Beans, squash and corn.
This was done because the Six Nations had
developed a unique method of growing that
included biodiversity and sustainability.
Name the “Three Sisters”
used by the Haudenosaunee?
Upper Canada / Ontario
With the formation of Canada this
region evolved into the industrial heartland?
Chinese labourers & immigrants. 600 people of
Chinese descent died during the construction.
Some have said, “One person for every mile of
The human toll
of constructing the CPR
was high. This group often did
the dangerous work
of blasting through difficult areas?
Quebec City. There was also a a large protest in
relation to many unfair labour practices and
environmental degradation that stem from
In April 2001 leaders of the western
Hemisphere met here to discuss the FTAA
(Free Trade Agreement of the Americas)?