4. The Great Depression in Canada

IB History: 4. The Great Depression in Canada

The Depression that started in the US spread to many countries; Canada – with its strong economic ties to the US suffered particularly badly. Between 1929 and 1939, the Gross Domestic Product fell 40% and unemployment reached 27% by 1933. There are many similarities between the US and Canada regarding both the causes and impact of the Depression; the political response however was quite different.Guiding Questions:


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