2 edition of Canadian war economics. found in the catalog.
Canadian war economics.
J. F. Parkinson
|LC Classifications||HC115 .P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 191p. 24cm.|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||a 42001310|
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Foreign exchange control: purposes and methods, by Louis Rasminsky.- The impact of the war on Canadian agriculture, by W.M. Drummond.- The standard of living and the war effort, by D.C.
MacGregor.- Organized labour and the war economy, by Tom Moore.- Economic co-ordination of the war effort, by W.A. Mackintosh. During the War ofCanadian and British soldiers repulsed several American invasions.
The New Brunswick boundary (see Aroostook War) and the boundary W of the Great Lakes was disputed with the United States for a time, but since the War of the long border has generally been peaceful.
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Overall, Canadian industry produced more than $ billion (equivalent to approximately $ billion today) worth of material during the war. Although this amounted to less than 10 percent of the total Allied war production, it was a substantial amount for a nation of only million people.
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The outbreak of war threatened Canada with economic crisis. Existing manufacturing orders were cancelled, some factories shut down, and construction halted on many pre-war civilian projects. Some feared that war would cause the collapse of Canada’s already fragile economy.
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Dedicated to "the Canadian Homemaker Whose Time is so Generously Devoted to the War Effort," this book offered hints on keeping the family fit, how to stretch the meat ration, wartime ingredient substitutions, "colourful salads in wartime menus," and desserts under rationing. As a forester interested in economics and policy, Daowei Zhang followed the softwood lumber dispute between the U.S.
and Canada for nearly 20 years. Dubbed the 'Softwood Lumber War,' the conflict enveloped politicians and business leaders on both sides of the border and placed strains on the histori. The gold rush reminded the Canadian government of the need to assert its sovereignty in the North, and, inthe Liberal government of Wilfrid Laurier () commissioned the Canadian Arctic Expedition and the ship Arctic to help with this task.
From tothe Canadian Arctic Expedition journeyed through the Arctic and found major errors in previous : Kelly Black. The First World War is rightly seen as a transformative period for Canada. Key Canadian-led victories, such as the battle of Vimy Ridge, contributed to what Veteran Affairs Canada calls “a.
As a forester interested in economics and policy, Daowei Zhang followed the softwood lumber dispute between the U.S. and Canada for nearly 20 years. Dubbed the 'Softwood Lumber War,' the conflict enveloped politicians and business leaders on both sides of the border and placed strains on the historically close economic and political relations Cited by: Since I knew the broad strokes of the Canadian involvement during World War Two and had a good sense of the war overall, I found this book to be a little simple at times, but nonetheless, I found the book to be very informative in regards to various battles that the Canadian /5.
This past year Clio’s Current examined Canada’s role in the Cold War which lasted roughly from to Throughout that time the United States combated the spread of communist ideology, and as a close North American partner Canada certainly did its part. Our examination of Canada in the Cold.The book is designed as a textbook for people with limited previous contact with economic concepts, which can be slightly annoying at times.
None the less it is a perfect introductory book on the subject of economics and war for those who wish to explore but lack the economic background to just pick up something more in by: CLEF Webinar on Labour Economics MayThe Canadian Labour Economics Forum (CLEF) is organizing a series of webinars in Labour Economics in lieu of its annual workshop.
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