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Canada - A Peoples History EP15 Comfort and Fear 1946-1964

Canada: A People's History is a 17-episode, 32-hour documentary television series on the history of Canada. It first aired on CBC Television from October 2000 to November 2001.[1] The production was an unusually large project for the national network, especially during budget cutbacks. The unexpected success of the series actually led to increased government funding for the CBC. It was also an unusual collaboration with the French arm of the network, which traditionally had autonomous production. The full run of the episodes was produced in English and French. The series title in French was Le Canada: Une histoire populaire. In 2004, OMNI.1 and OMNI.2 began airing multicultural versions, in Chinese, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, and Russian.

Police padlock premises where forbidden thoughts are stored

The producers intended to make this a dramatic history of the Canadian people; as much as possible, the story was told through the words of the people involved, from great leaders and explorers to everyday people of the land at the time. The documentary makes effective use of visuals, transitions, and dramatic music from or evocative of the eras being covered. In the first season, actors representing historical figures spoke their words, while later seasons used voiceovers over photographic images and film or, when available, original recordings of the subject.

15 Comfort and Fear 1946–1964

The baby boom and the age of television bring prosperity

The Cold War looms large

John Diefenbaker

Tommy Douglas

Maurice Duplessis

René Lévesque

Lester Pearson

Joey Smallwood

Louis St. Laurent

Confiscated thought crimes from Quebec's padlock law

Japanese Canadians are deported. Inuit are internally displaced to remote Arctic locations in tents. TB is rife. Women are fired from government positions and forced to be housewives. Medicare arrives. Newfoundland is up for grabs. The Quebec miners strike causes upheaval. So does Elvis. The padlock law the father of internet censorship.raises its sordid head. Canada submits to the U.S. destroying the best aircraft ever designed for nuclear missiles. Turdeau and Lévesque raise their sordid heads. Impressive history of the body politic. 

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