Industrial Canada (1958)

Describes Canada’s industrial development and what it means economically and socially to the Canadian people; traces the country’s transformation from a strictly agricultural economy to an increasingly industrial one, impetus being provided by World War II. Shows rich and diverse natural resources used for export and manufacture.

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