A LARGE number of powerful and prosperous concerns have been built up in Canada, whose principal product is “service” in some form or other. They are the so-called “public utilities,” and embrace the telephone companies, the electric light and power companies, the street railways, and the gas companies.By A. W. BLUE9 min
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