The Effects of French-English Relations on Canadian Politics
Throughout the years the French, although a minority, have had a profound impact on Canadian politics and the law through their relationship with English Canadians. This will be evident after examining these four definitive events in Canadian history: conscription in World War One, the Parti Québécois, the Manitoba School Question, and the language law that made it compulsory for all English schools to teach French.
The Conscription Crisis occurred in January 1917. A law was passed that made it mandatory for any male between the ages of eighteen and forty-five to enli…
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