Source: Photograph 1930 Cairine Wilson became on 15th February 1930 the first female Senator in Canada.The Prime Minister Mackenzie King appointed her.Four months later it was a rule that women's are not aloud to be a senator, but she proved that she is good for for the country, she convinced everybody.
The Great Depression In this picture, the board's caption shows "Jobless men keep going" and there are exactly people walking in front the board. It shows in the Great Depression time, there are lots of jobless people.
Source: Advertisement 1937 This picture shows an advertisement of Hitler. On the advertisement is written : Train to Train tore Hitler the dictation of Versailles. Hitler continued to make Germany ready for the war. This means that he breaks the Treaty of Versailles( league of nations)
Source: Photograph 1939 This picture shows the Queen Elizabeth Way it was the first four-line highway in Canada. It was build for the visit of the Queen Today about cars are travelling on the street every day.
Source: Photograph 1939 1939 was the first visit of the reigning Queen and King in Canada. They unveiled the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Source: Advertisement 1932 The building of the Frontenac Cars was so successful that it became independent of Durant Motors. The Car Frontenac was named after Count Frontenac, he was the governor of New France.
Source: It is a Letter dated May 31,1927. This Letter is about the official Canadian Flag. In Canada it was a big discuss which Flag would be the official Canadian Flag. Minnie H. Bowen designed a own flag, she thought that this flag represent Canada the best. She send this Letter to the the Prime Minister to convince him.
How to Be a Flapper Girl. Being a flapper was a trend in the Roaring Twenties, where some women rebelled against some of society's strict expectations of females. Flappers were women who liked to be "in the now styles and fads", and.
Source: Advertisement from 1924 This is a advertisement for Packard Cars. The Packard Motor Car Company was the top selling luxury car Company in the 1920's. They celled so many luxury cars then nobody else. This advertisement describes how perfect the cars are and that owners of one of this cars could prove it.
Source :Photograph The Winnipeg Falcons represented Canada in the 1920 Olympic games in Belgium. They were the first hockey team to win a gold medal in the Olympics. Seven of the eight players enlisted for WWI, two of them died overseas.
Source: Picture from the 1920's. This picture is about the General Strike in Canada especially about the 'Bloody Saturday'. The whole strike ended after this day. The relationship between the workers and and employers were very bad, so the workers went to the streets to protest. On the streets the cars were burning and the streets were devastated.