Canada 8-3: Plains and British Columbia
European settlers who came to the Canadian Plains brought ________ and diseases to the indigenous peoples.
European settlers who came to the Canadian Plains brought trade goods and ___________ to the indigenous peoples.
The indigenous peoples of the plains suffered greatly when European settlers killed off ___________________.
Most Europeans immigrants in Saskatchewan became _____________.
Each of the first groups to come to British Columbia had a complex society and its own _____________________.
The lives of the indigenous peoples in British Columbia were not changed as much by trade with Europeans as by the discovery of ________.
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' ________, religions, and languages.
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' customs, _______, and languages.
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' customs, religions, and __________________.
In 1881, Canadians began to work on a ____________ that would link Montreal and Vancouver.
Many people who live in British Columbia today feel that their future lies with the _________ countries, not with the rest of Canada.
Forty percent of British Columbia's trade is with countries in _____.
natural resistance to diseases
a tall, carved, wooden pole that contains symbols of a group, a clan, or a family of indigenous peoples
a town that grows very quickly to serve the needs of miners
the province in which one quarter of Canada's farmland is located
Saskatchewan is called "Canada's Breadbasket" because so much _____ is grown there.
European explorers first came to British Columbia to
In 1858, ___ was discovered on Vancouver Island.
The goal in building a railroad from Montreal to Vancouver was to _______ Canada.
British Columbia's trade, diverse people, and physical geography link the province with ______ countries.