The source is an archived photo from a newspaper so it should be fairly reliable. During the Great Depression unemployment rates were extremely high so people had to work long days for hardly any money in hopes to provide for their families.
The Great Depression In this picture, the board's caption shows "Jobless men keep going" and there are exactly people walking in front the board. It shows in the Great Depression time, there are lots of jobless people.
Richard Bedford Bennett was a Canadian lawyer, businessman, politician, and philanthropist. He served as the Prime Minister of Canada from August to October during the worst of the Great Depression years
Source: Photograph of a sign against discrimination. In the 1930s Jews were being discriminated against mostly everywhere through Canada. Many stores and other public facilities wouldn't allow Jewish men or Women in them. They would let them know by having signs up in the front window.
Source: A newspaper article describing mobsters in the This article was found in a widely known detective Eugene Canevari diary. Eugene dealt with some of the most prominent New York organized crime figures.
Source: Photograph of Cairine Wilson. Cairine was the first women appointed Senator in the country at age 45. As the president of the League of Nations society of Canada spoke out against the Munich Agreement appeasement of Hitler. She was the first female delegate to the United Nations General Assembly. She was the first Chairmen of the Canadian National Committee.