Saturday, December 22, 2018
'French Canadians as Second Class Citizens\r'
'French Canadian as 2nd class citizens Since Canada was first make the French were looked at as the Ã¢â¬Å" sporty negroesÃ¢â¬Â and instant class. This has caused multiple problems in the co-operation of the Canadian people. They were treated this way from all angles. At melt at school on the streets in politics and ever at home. 33% of French were unemployed and those who did work were at English owned businesses and industries. around were being payed the same as the females during the second world war.\r\nIn the schools children were being taught a different religion in a different language. On the streets 1 fifth of the people spoke English. Maurice Duplessis 20 April 1890 Ã¢â¬ 7 September 1959 served as the 16thÃÂ premiere of the canadian province of QuebecÃÂ from 1936 to 1939 and 1944 to 1959. A fracture and leader of the highly conservativeÃÂ northward NationaleÃÂ party. During the Duplessis reign of 1946-19594 many Anglophone Canadian investors were the owners of the legal age of the companies in Quebec. On March 24, 1937 Maurice passed the padlock law.\r\nThe law was ill-defined, denied theÃÂ presumption of innocence, and clearly denied the the right way ofÃÂ freedom of speechÃÂ to individuals. Although it did have volumed restrictions on the English living in Quebec. This law was one great bar for the French Canadians. During World War 2 many thousand of men and some women went to war, but most French Canadians did non want to volunteer to fight in the war. This brought on the conscription crisis of 1944. Because conscription was declare late in the war, only 2463 conscripted men reached the front lines. Out of these, 79 garbled their lives.\r\n'