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Section 1

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assimilationthe attempt or process of a larger culture integrating or destroying another, smaller culture into its own
autonomyindependence; the ability to make decisions on your own
bilingualismability or use of two languages
broadcastto transmit a program or information by radio or television or other form of mass media
commissiona group of people officially charged with a particular function
patriotsomeone who believes strongly in supporting their own country
racism the belief that a particular race or group is better or worse than another
separatism the belief or attempt by a specific region or group of people to leave their country and start a new nation
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Section 2

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Francophone French-speaking people or those who believe in the ideas and beliefs of French-Canadian people
identity who you are; the qualities, ideas, or events that define a nation or person
immigration the movement of people into a new area, region, or country
intolerance unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behaviour that differ from one's own
isolation to keep something or someone separate from the rest of society
regionalism the existence of several national identities within a a single nation based on differences in religion, culture, language, or geography
self-government the ability of a particular group or nation to make its own laws and run its own services
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Section 3

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multiculturalism government policy that promotes or supports the maintenance of more than two cultures in a particular country
nationalism the belief that one's own country is better than another
society organized group of people connected by a shared belief or ideal
sovereignty the ability of a people to control their own government and make their own decisions
telecommunications radio, television, internet, print media; forms of mass communication
tradition original customs or beliefs; the way things have usually been done in a society
nationalization a direct public vote on an important question
peacekeeping the attempt to maintain peace between two warring groups by inserting foreign troops/soldiers between them
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Section 4

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Broadcasting Act (1932) created Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (CRBC); duty to regulate and control all broadcasting in Canada and create "Canadian" programming
Broadcasting Act (1968)created Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to regulate radio and television broadcasting throughout Canada
Cultural Mosaicsupport for the maintenance and development of a variety of cultures within a single country; a "patchwork quilt" of cultures
Komagata Maru Incident, 1914Japanese cargo ship carrying 354 passengers, mostly Sikhs and Hindus, from India attempted to immigrate to Canada but were refused entry at Vancouver under "Continuous Voyage" Law
Maritimes Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia; also known as the Atlantic Provinces or Atlantic Canada; poorest region of Canada known for reliance on fishing, shipping, and tourism industries
National Film Board (NFB)government agency responsible for producing and distributing Canadian-content television, film, and internet productions; created in 1939 to promote development of separate Canadian film, journalism, and entertainment industry; has produced over 13,000 films and claimed 5,000 awards
Prime-Timebroadcasting time between the hours of 6:00PM-Midnight (12:00PM)
Enemy AlienA person living in a country that is at war with his/her homeland
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Section 5

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The PrairiesThe middle provinces of Canada, consisting of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Poutine traditional symbol of Canadian identity; gravy, cheese, and french fries served together in a hot dish; recognized as "typical" Canadian food
Internment Campforced relocation and incarceration in camps during WWII
Head Taxa uniform tax imposed on each person before immigrating to a country
Agriculturethe science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, wool, and other products.
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