Canada's Road to Independence
Canada's road to independence was a a windy mountain pass, filled with high cliffs and treacherous valleys. From a simple colony, to a economic powerhouse. Through legal actions we separated ourselves from Britain. Unlike the Americans, who threw a temper-tantrum and revolted. We were more civilized. We took baby steps, achieving our own seat in the League of Nations and UN. Furthermore we showed our ability with the Battle of Vimy Ridge and Ortona. In addition there many bills written into law. The Statute of Westminster, the Commonwealth. Even the most basic of things separate us. A simple change as driving on the right hand side of the road furthers the divide between are former mother country. Similar to the child wanting to get away from home.
An act of passing near the beginning, Similar to learning how to walk....