The Building of a Canadian Identity: Tommy Douglas and Sir Sanford Fleming

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July 10, 2015

 

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The stamp was eventually made and Sandford was given the honour of designing the stamp and Canada’s first stamp was named the threepenny beaver and it was worth three pennies (Hehner 9). The innovative creation of the stamp was evoked by Fleming and effectively enhanced communication through mail. It efficiently reduced waiting time, encouraged mailing and connection because it was now easier...
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It efficiently reduced waiting time, encouraged mailing and connection because it was now easier. Furthermore, Sir Sandford Fleming, a skilled surveyor, felt that it was important for Canadians to be affiliated. When he first proposed his idea for a nationwide railway system, the colonial government denied his idea saying that Canada was not ready for such an ambitious project (Hehner 10)...
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