1920 – 1929
All events for 1920 – 1929
French-Canadian migrants and French, Belgian and Swiss immigrants settle in Saskatchewan.
Pierre Veniot is New Brunswick’s first Acadian premier.
Manitoba’s Cercle Molière is the oldest continuously running theatre company in Canada.
December 13, 1925
More than 400 people from all over Alberta lay the foundation for a new association.
October 22, 1926
The first meeting of the secret society of the Commandeurs de l’Ordre de Jacques-Cartier is held in Ontario
The society is a reflection of a certain amount of frustration among French Canadians who feel that their rights are being ignored.
To mark the 60th anniversary of Confederation, Canada Post issues a series of five stamps.
Once again, French becomes the primary language of instruction in Franco-Ontarian schools.
July 1, 1927
July 1, 1927, marks the biggest celebration of Confederation in Canada’s history, and the events organized by Ottawa are fully bilingual.