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Economy Life in the 19th Centrery in Canadashell the gas company started in canada in 1907/ now canada has gas stations cars start becoming useful as well as having a place to refuelBy the late 19th century, all kinds of people lived in the cities. Labourers and servants were the most numerous. The cost of shelter today is almost double what it was 100 years agoThis can include wire, radio, or any other electromagnetic device. Canada was not a military nation in 1914. It had been in just one foreign conflict in the “ Boer War” A decade after Alberta and Saskatchewan had become provinces, the westward push was on in earnest. Living in the 19th Century. Cost of living Communcation and transaportation 19th Century Military After Alberta and Saskatchewan had become provincesLinks - https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/what-life-in-canada-was-like-before-the-first-world-war/article19342310/Links - https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/enWinnipeg had become Canada's third largest city just before the war Today, Calgary's population is more than 25 times what it was in 1914, making it third in the nation, while Edmonton (more than 30 times larger) ranks fifth.Defence fell to a militia of 3,110 men, with 684 horses , and backed by 74,606 'citizen soldiers with some training and their 16,360 horses. Even today, the Canadian Forces, although professional and about 75,500 strong, is modest by world standards.But relative to the non-farm workforce, union membership remained small until the 1940s, when federal and provincial protection was extended to unions (see Working-Class History). Minimum wage legislation came much later, with Ontario adopting it partially in the 1920s. In the 1900, some established industries such as tailoring and shoemaking were becoming factory activities, and provincial governments began to regulate working conditions In 1914, the economy was all about production, which include forestry and agriculture especially grain. to manufacture this which had doubled in a decade with U.S. investment in hundreds of branch plants. Although some became better-off, many were still poor. They lived in cramped, decaying houses, known as slums. Back in 1915, two years after income tax came on the scene, you were doing about average if you were making $687 a year, according to the Census. That is, if you were a man. If you were a woman, cut that number by about half. October 28-29 in 1929 is still the worst percentage two day crash of the market. Over 16 million shares were traded on Black Tuesday. This record volume of shares was not broken for nearly 40 years.Life in Canada in the 19thCentury A loaf of bread that cost 6 cents in 1914 now goes for $2.92, six quarts of milk for $16.84 and sirloin for $20.12 a kilo. At $3.30 a dozen, eggs are a relative bargain.The average cost of rent is $20.15 and the averge cost of fuel and lightning was $8.20 the first wireless voice broadcast near Washington, DC. On December 24, 1906, he made the first radio voice broadcast from Brant Rock, Mass.In the 19th Centurey they wold use roads, canals, and railways, and feet. There are five principal modes of transportation in Canada: water, rail, motor carrier, air and pipeline.
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publish time: 2021-05-28
Xavier Tough

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