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Canada Continued Struggle Its Independence Essay

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Canada successfully continued its progress towards greater national

independence, by taking small steps to their independent victories, during the

time in the Paris Peace Conference, the Chanak affair, the Halibut Treaty,

Imperial Conference and Balfour Declaration, and the Statute of Westminister.

The First step Canada took was during the the end of a great war in the Paris

Peace Conference.

As the war was ending, Sir Robert Borden believed that Canada should take its

own place in the peace settlement. That is when, Borden insisted that Canada

would sit at the peace conference in its own right, because Canada had

sacrificed in war and deserve equal treatment. In the end, Canada was given two

seats at the Paris Peace Conference and signed the treaty of Versailles. This

showed that Canada was...

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