1916 in Canada

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Events from the year 1916 in Canada.

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Michel Chartrand in 2003

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  1. ^ "Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women". Archived from the original on January 2, 2014.
  2. ^ "Archived - Borden-Speeches-Ottawa, October 23, 1916-First Among Equals". www.nlc-bnc.ca.
  3. ^ "World War I". website.nbm-mnb.ca.
  4. ^ "Archived - Leading Canada-First Among Equals". www.collectionscanada.ca.
  5. ^ Letter to Joseph Flavelle (July 20, 1916). Accessed 6 March 2020 (scroll down to "William E. Rundle")
  6. ^ Testimony of Dr. Charles K. Clarke, "Minutes of Evidence" (March 23, 1916), Soldiers' Pensions; Proceedings of the House Special Committee[...., pgs. 32-5. Accessed 14 October 2020]
  7. ^ "Arthur Pearson, Blinded Soldiers' and Sailors' Hostel, London (January 12, 1916). Accessed 6 March 2020".
  8. ^ "120th City of Hamilton Battalion, Newspaper clipping, 18 March 1916 | Digital Collections @ Mac". digitalcollections.mcmaster.ca.
  9. ^ "TimeLinks: The Soldier's Dream". www.mhs.mb.ca.
  10. ^ R.A.L. (November 28, 1918). Chapin Ray, Anna (ed.). "Letters of a Canadian stretcher bearer". Little, Brown, and Company. Retrieved November 28, 2020.
  11. ^ "Letter of Dorothy Cotton (April 5, 1916), pgs. 5-7. Accessed 6 March 2020".
  12. ^ "Untitled". www.vlib.us.
  13. ^ ""Are You in Favor of Changing the Name of This City? NO!!" Berlin Record".
  14. ^ ""List of Suggestions of Names" Accessed 6 March 2020".
  15. ^ Napoléon Antoine Belcourt, "Address [to Quebec Canadian Club[...]; Bilingualism" (March 28, 1916). Accessed 9 March 2020]
  16. ^ "New Westminster Agency: Meeting with Inspector W.E. Ditchburn". gsdl.ubcic.bc.ca.
  17. ^ "The Winnipeg Evening Tribune, 1916-07-31 (Page 1) | digitalcollections.lib.umanitoba.ca".
  18. ^ United States Department of State, "Convention between the United States and Great Britain for the Protection of Migratory Birds," Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States[...December 5, 1916, pgs. 279-82. Accessed 10 March 2020]
  19. ^ "TimeLinks: Prohibition in Western Canada in 1916". www.mhs.mb.ca.

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