This picture shows Canadian troops landing on Juno beach on D-Day. This source is credible because it is a picture from an original observer from D-Day. It shows Canadian lives changing because they are finally winning over Nazi Germany.
The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps to land in France after D-Day. France, July (L-R): Lieutenant M. Green, Captain H. Boutilier and Major Moya MacDonald. Photograph by Lieutenant Frank L.
To encourage the public to support the war effort by buying Victory bonds, designer Gordon K. Odell resorted to a frequent propaganda ploy, vilifying the enemy to contrast it with the values and ideals defended by the homeland.
This is a political cartoon about the Conscription Crisis. When Canada made conscription a law, Quebec was upset because they felt no loyalty to Britain and did not think that they should be forced to fight.