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by Theresa Wallace

Author: Theresa Wallace
Language: English
Publisher: Public Works and Government Services Canada (2001)
Pages: 81 pages
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History of immigration to Canada. The history of immigration to Canada extends back thousands of years. Anthropologists continue to argue over various possible Models of migration to the New World to modern-day Canada, as well as their pre-contact populations.

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The booming Canadian economy after 1900 led to plans to build two new .

The booming Canadian economy after 1900 led to plans to build two new transcontinental railways. The Canadian Northern, a successful system covering the northern part of the prairies, and the Grand Trunk (through its Grand Trunk Pacific subsidiary) both launched ambitious plans to expand. The government at first encouraged the two to come to some arrangement and only have one new line, but in the end no agreement was made and the government supported the expansion of both lines.

Published 2001 by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in . Written in English. Issued also in French under title: Le rôle des transports dans l'immigration au Canada de 1900 à 2000. Distributed by the Government of Canada Depository Services Program.

Issued also in French under title: Le rôle des transports dans l'immigration au Canada de 1900 à 2000.

Publication, Distribution, et. . Citizenship and Immigration Canada, (c). Physical Description: 81 p. : ill. ;, 21 x 26 cm. General Note: Issued also in French under title: Le rôle des transports dans l'immigration au Canada de 1900 à 2000. General Note: Distributed by the Government of Canada Depository Services Program. Bibliography, etc. Note

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