If New France had not fallen, women would not have equal rights with men. There would not be the legalization of same-sex marriage. It would be an autocratic kind of leadership unlike aboriginal self-governance in Real-modern day Canada. Canada would not have signed the UN declaration for indigenous people (The History of Social Change). Laborers rights would not be enhanced. The workforce would have poor working conditions and low income. As a result, there would be slow economic growth. There would not be proper enforcement of human rights which saw women’s right to vote, equality and employee protection.
If New France had not fallen, Canada would have a conservative kind of political system. There would be little to know political parties. Real-modern day Canada is open-minded to new ideas and philosophies. The country’s political life has adjusted to include things like views of the linguistic and ethnic minorities and working people(Behiels, Michael, and Richard). They have also looked at women’s role in society. Women are actively participating in politics unlike a long time ago. Alternate Canada would have the majority rule over the minority. Women would have very little to no involvement in politics. Due to minority discrimination, there would be unequal growth in the nation’s provinces. The government would not look at the best interest for its citizens. Consequently, this would require adoption of new ideas and evolvement of the country’s politics.
If New France had not fallen, it would have enforced its culture to the Canadians. France customs would be copied by the people which would lead to erosion of native customs. France would want to enforce its prominence on the people. People would get accustomed to new ways of thinking and doing things. Unlike Real-modern day Canada which has many cultural institutions, talented music industry, the unique publishing industry and outgoing media industry, the country would have only French culture. France would use its culture to enforce rule unlike real-modern day Canada where the government maintains its sovereignty through its robust cultural expression and domestic cultures.
If New France had not fallen, the geographic mapping of Canada would also be different. Canada would be bigger and have more natural resources. The richOhio River valley would be part of Canada.Nova Scotia would also be part of Canada. Ile d’Orléans and Lévis would be part of Canada if New France overpowered Britain. The British would not have captured Montréal. By 1750 France would have French settlers from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic coast. The French Canadians would have united with the first nation whom they lived together peacefully and drove out American settlers from Ohio Valley and the East Coast (Historical Thinking). New France would have Niagara rivers and St. Lawrence which were essential for trade.
Real-modern day Canada is better than Alternate Canada. Canada has experienced numerous social, political, cultural and physical changes. These changes have sprung forth a better and stronger nation. The country has experienced political freedom, equality, and growth which have made it a beautiful place to live.Real-modern day Canada has a diverse culture which friendly communities. It also has beautiful weather and sceneries.
Behiels, Michael D. and Richard Jones. “Political History”. The Canadian Encyclopedia, 29 May 2018, Historica Canada. https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/political-history. Accessed 25 February 2019.
Historical Thinking. Historicalthinking.Ca, 2016, http://historicalthinking.ca/sites/default/files/files/docs/Att%201%20-%20The%20Fall%20of%20New%20France%20texts.doc.
The History of Social Change. “The History Of Social Change – Social Movements That Shaped Our Lives”. Historyofsocialchange.Ca, 2019, http://historyofsocialchange.ca/.
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