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|Hungarian Refugees Hungarian refugees arriving in 1957 after
the democratic revolt in Hungary was crushed.
|Hungarian Refugees Hungarian refugees arriving in Canada in
1957 after Soviet troops and tanks had crushed the democratic revolt in their
|Refugee Passports Post Second War II refugees receiving
passports for Canada at the office of the Canadian Christian Council for the Resettlement of
Refugees, in Breman, Germany.
|Red River Settlers Early settlers arriving at the Red River
Colony, 1812, with the first governor of the colony, Miles Macdonell.
|Red River Settlers Settlers at Red River, early 1820s, in a sketch
by Peter Rindisbacher showing a Swiss immigrant wife, husband and two children, a German, a
Scots Highlander, and a French Canadian.
|Moving West Ontario settlers moving west through Winnipeg, in
response to the Dominion Lands Act of 1872, which opened ample western lands for
|Incoming Settlers Settlers detraining at Calgary, Alberta, as part
of an incoming wave during the new century boom of the early twentieth century.
|Voyageurs Voyageurs, critical to the fur trade, traversing
Northern Ontario by canoe.
|Workers: East Coast|
|Shipyard Welder Mrs. A. Mackay, a shipyard welder in Pictou,
Nova Scotia, World War II.
|Pictou Shipyard Women workers at Pictou Shipyard, Pictou,
Nova Scotia, 1943.
|Workers: Northwest Territories|
|Uranium Mining Starting the tunnel at a uranium mine, LaBine
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