These areas are covered:
1) Evaluate the extent to which social attitudes and cultural activities in inter-war Canada provided evidence to change, and the extent to which they provided evidence of continuity.
2) Analyze the debate between imperialists and anti-imperialists regarding causes of World War 1 and the need for conscription.
3) Explain the emergance and assess the sucess of regional and class-based political movement in Canada during the 1920's and 1930's.
Although this topic is deep, you might want to examine the emergence and assess the success of political movements in Canada during the 1920s and 1930s. Since this was a pivotal time, I will offer some ideas for you to select.
As you explore background context, it is essential to reference how after the First World War, Canada dealt with many economic issues. Factories closed, war veterans found it difficult to secure jobs, and the labour movement began. After the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919, social problems also occurred.
In addition, you might note that because of the 1929 stock market crash and beginning of the Great Depression, the formation of alternative political parties such as the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), the Social Credit Party, and the Unione Nationale emerged.
It is also worthwhile to mention imperialist versus anti-imperial ...
This posting examines political movements in Canada during the 1920s.