Above is a picture of the On-to-Ottawa Trek, where numerous men working in work camps went to Ottawa to protest against the government's opinion on unemployment.This is a credible source because it was taken during the time period.You can see that these Canadians were very dedicated and passionate about what they were trying to achieve.

Strikers from British Columbia boarded freight trains making the On to Ottawa Trek to protest conditions in unemployment relief camps during the Great Depression in Canada.

This is a photo of Japanese Canadian school children in a school in Lemon Creek, BC. It's credible because it was taken during the time period. Japanese Canadians had to fight for their education after being detained in 1942. But, they were allowed to teach children until they reached the 10th grade. The photo portrays what the school was like.

After the Japanese Canadians were interned in many of their rights were denied. However in Lemon Creek B. they fought for their right to education, and were permitted to teach the children until grade This picture depicts the school.

The photo above shows the discrimination of Japanese inter Canadians during WW2. This is a credible source because it was taken during the war, but it was also when Japanese were "framed" into looking evil by the government. The photo shows how back then, Japanese weren't as welcome to Canada as they are today.

A member of the Hollywood Protective Association, dedicated to “keeping Hollywood white,” points at a descriptive sign, c. The association had formed as a result of Japanese-Americans seeking work in Hollywood neighborhoods at the time;

This picture shows many unemployed people sitting in a soup kitchen eating, during the Great Depression. It's credible because it was taken at the time, and the website it's on is real and accurate. You really see through this photo just a small part of how bad the lives of Canadians were at the time.

Great Depression Soup Kitchen---Canadian Encyclopaedia---Shows how Canadians were unable to feed themselves and how challenging money was at the time. Soup kitchens served food to people who had nothing.

You can see in this photo numerous female Canadian soldiers smiling. It's credible because it's from the time period. During WW1, there were few to no opportunities for women on the war front. When WW2 came around, women rights became a little better as they were allowed to fight in the war. This was a changing point in history for women rights.

Canadian Women’s Army Corps volunteers are photographed at No. The Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWAC) was authorized on 13 August in response to a shortage of.

This a propaganda poster made during the years that World War 2 occurred. It's credible because it was found on a website that shows different propaganda posters and what they represent. From the poster I can see that Canadians lived in fear that their homes and other belongings would be damaged, since it was happening overseas at the same time.

“It Can Happen Here!—Unless We Keep Them Firing!”, a World War II propaganda poster

In the photo you can see men who were apart of the 'Single Men Association" marching while holding picket signs, demanding people hire them. This went on in Toronto, Ontario. It's a credible source because it came the Canadian Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada. Canadians lives were changed because there were no jobs available, and with no job means no money. Thus Canadians had a difficult time surviving.

United Church, Toronto, 1930 - Oliver - I like the tie-less buttoned all the way to the top look.

Above is a photo of the "Bennett Buggy". It was a car pulled by horses as gas was too expensive at the time. It's called the "Bennett Buggy" because it was named after the current Prime Minister who was blamed for the poverty in the country as well as not doing enough. This is a credible source because it was taken during the Great Depression.During the Great Depression, everyone was affected which you can see in the photo. Also you see how Canadians adapted with little to no money.

Bennett buggies, automobiles pulled by horses, were used during the Great Depression by farmers too impoverished to purchase gasoline. - Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a table showing the decrease of Canadians income from 1928-1929 and 1933. The book the page is in is credible because it was published by the Canadian government in 1935, and is a statistical report. Canadians lives were changed because when you earn less money you have to make sacrifices to how you live, big and small. For example, some of the sacrifices they made were eating less or own less clothing.

This is a table showing the decrease of Canadians income from 1928-1929 and 1933. The book the page is in is credible because it was published by the Canadian government in 1935, and is a statistical report. Canadians lives were changed because when you earn less money you have to make sacrifices to how you live, big and small. For example, some of the sacrifices they made were eating less or own less clothing.

Above is a war poster from WW2. It's credible because it was found on a Canadian government website with many archived war posters. The Dust Bowl destroyed crops, and many of the farmers enlisted in the war, So, the women had to take over the farms and try to save the crops and harvest as much food as possible. Thus the poster is showing that as soldiers fight to save the lives of citizens, anyone who's capable must save the food at home. This changed the lives of Canadians because women…

American WWI propaganda poster regarding rationing, This represents rationing because the soldiers had no food so people at home had to ration food to send to the troops

Above is a photo of a credit poster. It's credible because it was taken during that time period. Credit was over used by Canadians after WW1 when it was released. Also, credit is one of the underlying causes of the Great Depression. This shows that Canadians were so excited with WW1 being over, they were "throwing" their money all over the place, without thinking of possible consequences.

Above is a photo of a credit poster. It's credible because it was taken during that time period. Credit was over used by Canadians after WW1 when it was released. Also, credit is one of the underlying causes of the Great Depression. This shows that Canadians were so excited with WW1 being over, they were "throwing" their money all over the place, without thinking of possible consequences.

You can see above four men playing hockey during WW2. This is credible because it was taken during the war and the website it's on is a real, legit website. Despite WW2 going on, Canadians still embraced their culture and continued on living, as we can see in the photo. The men played hockey, a Canadian sport, because it was close to their hearts.

You can see above four men playing hockey during WW2. This is credible because it was taken during the war and the website it's on is a real, legit website. Despite WW2 going on, Canadians still embraced their culture and continued on living, as we can see in the photo. The men played hockey, a Canadian sport, because it was close to their hearts.

I found this photo of seven men in one room of a work camp, during the Great Depression. It's a credible source because it was taken at the time of the Great Depression. Men who were on the hunt for a job/jobs would work in work camps. You can see they were very desperate for money as four of the men had to share a small bed.

I found this photo of seven men in one room of a work camp, during the Great Depression. It's a credible source because it was taken at the time of the Great Depression. Men who were on the hunt for a job/jobs would work in work camps. You can see they were very desperate for money as four of the men had to share a small bed.

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