they thought, what the heck
Nothing, they were on the same side.
For the most part, they were quite enthusiastic about it in the beginning.
Approximately 44,198 Canadians were killed in WWII.
At the time Canada was a strong ally of Britain; since the majority of Canadian citizens were ethnically descended from the British Isles; there was strong support for the war from the English Speaking population from the beginning. However the French speaking population was less enthusiastic. Most French Canadians at the time did not have a favourable opinion of Britain at the time, and had a very weak ethnic link to France; so the majority of them did not see the war as their concern.
Canadians were helpful during world war 2 like D-Day, they operated like typical British units though
UK got attacked by Russians and the Canadians were a part of the UK
German Canadians were treated very badly.
They gave Canadians weapons to win the World War I
yes the canadians fought with the allies in world war 2
Out of loyalty to the UK.
Probably the Canadians
they did not help they were the audience
Yes, Canadians were drafted into the Military during World War 2, most of these people were Blacks and other kinds of Mix-raced people.
Over 600,000 Canadians enlisted in WW1.
Canadian reaction was mixed with regards to involvement in World War 1. As a part of the British Empire, Canada was automatically at war with Germany when Britain was. However, Canada had the power to decide its level of involvement, and it decided to contribute greatly. This was controversial, because French Canadians felt that this was a British war and had no interest in it. However, they were heavily outnumbered by Anglo Canadians who were enthusiastic to go to war in Europe.
Canadians were incredibly successful and important to the success of WWII. They landed on D-Day and participated in several missions which won the war.
Canada was still a British territory at the time. Thus, when Britain went to war, the Canadians went to work as British citizens.