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Prehistory | 2 Worlds Meet | New France | England Arrives | Clash of Empires | Revolution | British America | Reform/Revolt | Responsible Government | Confederation | Nation Building | Laurier | The Great War | Roaring 20's | Great Depression | WWII | The Peace | Cold War | Trudeau | PC's in Power | Modern Canada

Chretien | 1995 Referendum  | 1998 Seperation Ruling | Nunavut | Budget Surplus | Reform Party | The Bloc

In 1993 the Liberals were returned to power, the Conservatives were fragmented and fiscal responsibility became the new mantra for . Federal politics. This was a period of technological hyper growth. The internet changed the world and people's lives on every level. The markets exploded and boomed with new tech companies surpassing the old industrial giants as the largest in the world. Chrétien finally became Prime Minister and he won four majorities in a row.  A whole new generation of young Canadians embraced the new economy and Canada began to review it's image and role in the world affairs with the passing of the Soviet Union and the communist bloc.


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