What: Men working at the a relief camp. Credible: This picture is credible because it was took by a Vancouver newspaper on march 28 I also found this picture in the Glenbow Archives with a number which is
June 1935 - More than 1500 strikers protesting conditions in government-run unemployment relief camps begin leaving Vancouver on the On-to-Ottawa Trek, intending to bring their complaints directly to Primer Minister R.
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.
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.
People need to realize that there’s a difference between straight people and Straight People™. Just like how there are white people who are gay and then there are the White Gays™<< I have never loved a post more. God bless whoever made this
This is a newspaper that was published after the stock market crashed. This shows us that people's lives had changed in a very bad way. Billions of dollars were lost and many people lost all of their belongings.