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After the war, immigration to Canada was encouraged again but it was extremely limited. Canada wanted mostly Western-European immigrants and British and American immigrants. Many people had become suspicious of non-British or foreigners and were Xenophobic. To finally become an immigrant and stay in Canada, it was compulsory for immigrants to pass an English test.
History of La Loche with timeline 1778 to 2010. The Dene, Mission of La Visitation,its oblate priests Father Penard,Father Ducharme, Father Mathieu, the Grey Nuns.The fur trade,the Hudson's Bay Company,the North West Company, Revillon Freres, the English River District. Turnor Lake, Bull's House, West La Loche, Garson Lake,the Beverly Caribou herd migration, Methye Portage,Chipewyan House,Birch Narrows,
Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997)
Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997) discovered the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland and was author of The Norse Discovery of America (1977). In this photograph distributed by the National Geographic Society, Ingstad "examines a fire pit at the site of what is believed to be a Norse house dating from about A.D. 1000".