Asked by Jules maryline christina on Jul 09, 2024

Once the Canadian Pacific Railway was completed and Chinese labourers were no longer required, the Canadian government tried to discourage Chinese immigrants.What did the government impose to accomplish this?

A) removal orders
B) deportation orders
C) head tax
D) internment

Chinese Labourers

Workers from China, often historically employed under harsh conditions in various countries for tasks such as railway construction, mining, and agriculture.

Head Tax

Tax imposed by the Canadian government on anyone immigrating to Canada from China between 1885 and 1923.

Canadian Pacific Railway

A historic Canadian railroad company established in 1881, instrumental in the development of Canada, connecting the country from coast to coast.

  • Explore the repercussions of policy enactments and historical happenings on communities of immigrants and refugees.