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Immigration - After the war, immigration to Canada was encouraged again but it was extremely limited. Canada want - Canadian Facts, Canadian Things, Canadian History, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, O Canada, Canada Travel, Farming In Canada

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.

Lord Russborough’s Annex is an eclectic gallery that specializes in selling Fine Art and history. Canadian Culture, Canadian History, History Meaning, All About Canada, Migrate To Canada, Canadian Things, Advertising History, Immigration Canada, Vintage House Plans

Russborough.com:Canadian Immigration Posters

Lord Russborough’s Annex is an eclectic gallery that specializes in selling Fine Art and history.

Canada West by Anonymous Ottawa Canada, O Canada, Immigration Canada, Canadian Travel, Canadian History, Western Canada, Quebec City, Historical Pictures, Vintage Travel Posters

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CanadaWest1915001 | islandora.usask.ca *i always found it funny how there is no mention of the freezing cold winters!! * I mean I understand why, just think its funny.

Immigration - After the war, immigration to Canada was encouraged again but it was extremely limited. Canada want - Canadian Facts, Canadian Things, Canadian History, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, O Canada, Canada Travel, Farming In Canada

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type of resource: poster date of origin: 1924 About 4,000,000 schoolchildren, from various parts of the British Isles, visited the exhibition. Millions of young men and women saw there the possibilities of Canada. During the next few years large numbers of them will leave the British Isles to seek homes elsewhere. The Canadian Section is a standing invitation to them to come to Canada. Its value from the point of view of immigration can hardly be estimated.