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1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
1.  canada at the turn of the century
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  • 1. Canada at the turn of the last century
  • 2. First, let’s look at early pickering (about 1900 -1970’s)
  • 3. Stately home in Pickering Village
  • 4. Pickering College • Located in Pickering Village the college burnt down on December 30, 1905
  • 5. After the fire - the only thing left standing was the gymnasium which was turned into a residence until it, too, burned down in the 1980’s.
  • 6. Duffin’s Creek 1907
  • 7. This building, built in 1878, has been used as a hotel, general store, post office, rooming house and is now a restaurant.
  • 8. Memorial Park on Church Street north. Created as a memorial for men who served in W.W.I. Opened in 1922 and became the home of July 1st celebrations.
  • 9. Church street, pickering 1910
  • 10. The Gordon House, built in 1881 and located at 103 Old Kingston Road, was once used as a hotel for lodgers traveling between Toronto and Kingston. The hotel was owned for close to 60 years by the Gordon family, and was known for its fine cuisine.
  • 11. Measles quarantine in Pickering, 1930
  • 12. Church st. at kingston road - then and now.
  • 13. Future site of Sheridan Mall 1970
  • 14. Kingston Road at Valley Farm Road 1970
  • 15. Old Kingston Road Bridge over Duffins Creek 1970
  • 16. Now, a look at Canada itself
  • 17. Immigration • Canada in 1900 was all about growing - bring immigrants in from Europe to expand and develop the west. • Prime Minister Laurier even said the twentieth century will belong to Canada.
  • 18. Labour day parade, toronto 1900
  • 19. The Le roy, in 1903, was the first gas powered car produced in canada in quantities for sale.
  • 20. Canada’s first theatre for viewing moving pictures opened in Montreal in 1906
  • 21. Canada’s first “convenient” gas station opened in 1907 in vancouver.
  • 22. The silver dart flew nearly 800 meters in Baddeck, nova scotia in 1909
  • 23. Life on the farm - 1900
  • 24. making suits in the eaton’s factory in 1902
  • 25. The midway at the cne 1904
  • 26. Candy department at the eaton’s store
  • 27. Pond hockey and the Toronto Saint Patricks in toronto 1900
  • 28. fashion in 1900

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