source:poster. Canadian pacific This is a poster of Canadian Pacific posted during British Empire Exhibition and it is about encouraging British people to have their own farm in Canada. This poster showed that Canada recovered soon after WW2 ended and it started to attract immigrants overseas with its unique natural and economic conditions.
source: photograph(Norman Wells ) At the beginning of the 1920s, it started to have interest in oil industry and in 1920 people started to struck oil near the current site of Norman Wells. During the period of the 1920s, Canada's abundant supply of forests, minerals, water, and fertile land made contribution to this economic growth. The development of the natural resource industries strengthened the commercial connection with America and had guaranteed the substantial life of the 1920s.
source: magazine (Ad from April 1926 Popular Science Magazine) With booming economy and advanced education, soldiers gradually got rid of unemployment and poverty. People's entertainment and leisure life was also enriched. In that period, jazz and dancing rose in popularity, in opposition to the mood of the specter of WW1. As such, the period is also often referred to as the Jazz Age.
source: advertisement (1929) During 1920s, manufacturing industries developed rapidly and car dealerships, repair shops began to appear . More and more engineers and labours were needed, this helped solve the employment problem in 1920s. People could travel to farther place (end of isolation )and do trade with merchants from distant regions.More Americans traveled to Canada and tourism was developed. It made it easier to form small town and accelerated the process of urbanization.