Land was very cheap and were sold to settlers people

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Land was very cheap and were sold to settlersPeople were pushed out by poverty, persecution,State policies also made it possible to obtain some of the sources they needed to survive The great depression was evolved after ww2Revised regulations Refugees, family and econmic migrantsRemoved racial, ethnic, religious, and national origin biasesIncreasingly urban and metropolitanUrban settlementWestward migration Steady westward drift of populationAtlantic provinces in canada and usa lose populationDin canada we have incredible diveristy the leading groups that are diffrerent from european group backgrounds are asians Diverstiy and racism Asserts that some races are superior to others it divides two groups racialized byMinority and dominantRace are two ideas that are on a spectrumEthnic groupCommon ancestry, language, religion, cultureOften based on national origin of oneself or ancestorsitalian , irish, eritrean, macedonianRacialised grouoGEOG LECTURE 6 10/2/17Aboriginal claims remaking the regionReview in last week Canada-- public, state actively promotes pluralism Canada and USA are british settler societiesThe norm of the societies are middle class white malesCanada is a multicultural societyThe multiculturalism act claims Minorities have the right to retain your cultural identities (charter of rights andfreedoms,1986Promote interaction between groupsImmigrants learn an official language
Under the employment equity law in 1986, you could not discriminate anyone in anywayUSA-- PRIVATE, maintenance of minority cultures, languages is private, government is passiveLegal recognition of rights:··Civil rights act 1964, everyone has the same political rights and civil rightsAffirmative action 1961 all americans regardless of race, background, will be treated the same way Post 9/11 Border GeographiesActionsPush out the borderVisa, Document, and information requiremmentsInternalize the borderEnforcement - raids at the jobs, schools, shopping centersSurveillance- police check statusIncrease informtion sharingThree groups of indeigenous peopleFirst nations- identified as american indians,Registered first nationsNon registered first nations--Inuit peoples, lived north of the tree lines The metis(means mixed background), are french and british,Concentrated in th eprairiesFrench speaking group October 4 2017 lecture 6Nunavut flag was made in 1999 April 1 and the flag describes Canada's state. Europeans were First Nations across Canada and USA 200 years ago the royal proclamation states that indeigenous people have titles to the land, theyown the land and their ownership continues. ·The royal proclamation set different standards for the settlers and the First Nations
·Treaties are specific, eg each family of five would get 65 hectares of land, liquor would be forbidden in the reserve ·Treaties are state to state agreements The Indian act, 1876·Described to remove the Indian First Nations from Canada, violating the treaties agreement.

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