Vocabulary 188-189 Measures (noun) = actions toward a goal Suspend rights (verb) = take away people’s normal rights National emergency (noun) = situation where a country is experiencing a very serious problem, such as a war, and may take unusual actions Enemy aliens (noun) = people from countries Canada was at war with Interior (noun) = inside Internment (noun) = imprisonment Seized (verb) = took by force Redress (noun) = to make an apology for something that happened in the past
History of Japanese Canadians https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/settleme nt/kids/021013-2141.1-e.html (Library and Archives Canada) https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/settleme nt/kids/021013-2141.1-e.html
Camp Locations National Association of Japanese Canadians, Map of Internment Centres, 2005, http://www.najc.ca/thenandnow/internment.php http://www.najc.ca/thenandnow/internment.php (May 1, 2014). Camps were located in the interior of B.C.
Property Seizure Property such as boats, homes, businesses were seized by the government. CBC News, UBC awards degrees to interned Japanese students, May 30, 2012, http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/ubc-awards-degrees-to-interned-japanese- canadian-students-1.1213676 (May 30, 2014). http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/ubc-awards-degrees-to-interned-japanese- canadian-students-1.1213676