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Midterm Study Guide

by: Heather Hill

Midterm Study Guide 2010.0

Heather Hill
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Rebecca Mancuso

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This is a study guide for our midterm on Wednesday October 14th! Use it as a practice test in order to quiz yourself!
Rebecca Mancuso
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CAST 2010, canadian studies, midterm, Study Guide
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Date Created: 10/09/15
CAST 2010 Midterm Study Guide To nd the answers to these questions please review your notes and the Canvas materials Treat this like an open bookpractice exam warm 1 Alberta 2 Ontario 3 British Columbia 4 Saskatchewan 5 Quebec 6 Manitoba 7 Nunavut 8 Yukon 9 Northwest Territories r tr tr tr t color to 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Labrador amp Newfoundland Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick What is the capital of Canada Yellowknife Iqaluit Toronto Quebec City Halifax St Johns Victoria Whitehorse Charlottetown Fredericton Winnipeg Regina Edmonton What is the tallest mountain What is the longest river What is the average population in Canada Where do most Canadians live What land formation has impacted Canadian expansion Name all five Great Lakes What is Canada s largest city 1St Peonles of Canada What part of the population is aboriginal peoples in modern Canada What system did First Nation s use for commerce 1 Algonquians 2 Iroquoians 3 Inuit 4 Pacific 9997 Great lakes region sedentary agriculture Sub arctic arctic Present day British Columbia Villages fishing Eastern Central Canada nomadic What religion do aboriginal peoples practice What are the beliefs of that system Euronean Exnansion What fueled European expansion Name 3 European explorers who explored Canada 1 2 Name two ways the natives amp Europeans worked together 1 2 Name 3 ways in which there was con ict between native peoples and Europeans What are the four F s of Early Canadian Economy 1 2 4 What are residential schools How were they harmful to native peoples What is the Oka Crisis of 1990 Review notes on American Revolution Make sure you know the important battles and understand the relationship between the Northern British Colonies Canada and the Southern British Colonies USA Was there slavery in Canada How was it different than in the states What were the two outcomes of the War of 1812 Canada Becomes a Nation Which 4 provinces started the Canadian Confederation 1 2 4 Who was the first prime minister of Canada What is the founding phrase in Canada s government Where is the House of Commons located What is the difference between the Governor General and Prime Minister What are the different parties that make up the house the ones we used in class What happens if the government cannot get legislation passed What is it called The US has a separation of powers whereas Canada has a of powers Can the federal government disallow provincial laws Pierre Elliot Trudez What were Trudeau s main platforms as Prime Minister What happened in the October Crisis How was the War Measures Act used How did Trudeau reform Canada s Constitution Canadian Social Policv What are the 3 pillars of Canada s Social Policy 1 2 Income Security 0 Most Canadians rely on jobs but some need assistance from the government The government Will provide a slew of assistance Name three 1 2 3 Redistribution 0 Not all provinces can collect enough tax money to provide services to their citizens The government helps provinces fund programs through On average how much should each Canadia have for public services Tommy Douglas is considered the father of What Canada s healthcare is funded and owned In Canada healthcare has to be 4 The United States healthcare system is a market based multipayer system Whereas Canada s is a In Canada how is the money collected for health care Give four reasons Why healthcare is so expensive MAKE SURE TO ALSO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND THE POWERPOINTS ON CANVAS GOOD LUCK I


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