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Secondary IV • 2yr.

Good evening, I would like to know what the domestic politics of Canada looked like in the 20th century! thank you :))


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    Good evening!

    An internal policy refers to all the political decisions / strategies taken within the borders of a country.

    Like the rest of the world in the 20th century, Canada is part of a liberalism movement. We therefore advocate individual, economic and political freedoms. This movement also limits state intervention in the economic sphere, which results in fewer restrictive laws for industries. By advocating liberalism, Canada is making sure to attract investors to the territory.

    In addition, the 20th century is also marked by great changes in the French language. We can think of the many laws that have been introduced with the aim of making the teaching of English a priority in certain provinces. For example, Regulation 17 in Ontario aims to ensure that French is only taught in the first two years of elementary school.

    Finally, there are several other changes / decisions relating to Canadian domestic politics during the 20th century.

    Hope that answers your question! Do not hesitate to rewrite us. :)

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