Nothing, they were on the same side.
Canada had many different ethnic groups and each one of their response to war varied English canadians had great enthusiasm French canadians didn't want to join war and had low enthusiasm Native canadians had tremendous enthusiasm but were mocked at the beginning of the war and the government refused to let them join the war, but later allowed them and many able-bodied natives men joined the war Black canadians weren't allowed to join war first, but the government changed policies and many were allowed later on but many did volunteer even though they mostly did labour work in the war rather than any fighting Japanese canadians were rejected first but then were let and they showed decent support because they wanted to show their loyalty to Canada
UK got attacked by Russians and the Canadians were a part of the UK
They gave Canadians weapons to win the World War I
Probably the Canadians
they did not help they were the audience
Over 600,000 Canadians enlisted in WW1.
In World War 1, about 58,000 to 67,000 people were killed. In World War 2, about 45,400 people were killed.
Canada was still a British territory at the time. Thus, when Britain went to war, the Canadians went to work as British citizens.
it gave canadians a sence of nationalism
Canada played a major role in WW1
Canada wasn't in ww1
Useless Just like in WW2, America did not join till the end. Brits/French/Canadians did all the work in WW1
Lloyd may wood staley join world war 1 in 1914
Russia joined world war 1 in 1914
They Had to
what threat encouraged the United States to join the allies in world war 1
They did join WW1...