3 edition of Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago found in the catalog.
December 1, 2006
by Echo Library
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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Toronto: Hunter, Rose, (OCoLC) Comparing life today with life fifty years ago, there are many dramatic changes. There are new forms of media such as Television and the Internet.
Family structures and emphasis on values today are nothing like what they were fifty years ago. 4/5(6). Title Fifty Years Ago.
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Scientific and technological breakthroughs, as well as social and political advances marked The Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States was in full swing, the Vietnam War was still under way, and the first Boeing aircraft flew for the first time.
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Read more from our look back at the First World War at. Country life in Canada fifty years ago: personal recollections and reminiscences of a sexagenarian by Haight, Canniff, Publication date Topics Frontier and pioneer life Publisher Toronto, Hunter, Rose Collection utmississauga; toronto Digitizing sponsorPages: Life & Times From Years Ago.
The population of Canada sits at over 35 million people today, but back in our numbers sat closer to 7,inhabitants. Those numbers swelled in large part due to an influx in immigrants with the intent to farm. In fact,people moved to Canada in alone.