May 15, 1942

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Steel Man*s Daughter

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BATTLE BUGGIES

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WINGS

Steel Man*s Daughter 3031
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Steel Man*s Daughter

"A truckdriver's all right, an aviator or a diver, but there'll be no riveters in the family,n Suella's dad decreed — But not Suella
BATTLE BUGGIES 2627
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BATTLE BUGGIES

Every three minutes another military vehicle rolls off Canadian automotive assembly lines
WINGS 2021
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WINGS

Fighters, trainers, bombers, flying boats —Canada now builds nearly twice as many a week as she used to build in a prewar year
Chemistry Fights 2425
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Chemistry Fights

From earth, water and aír Canada’s 45,000 chemical workers unleash deadly forces to hurl against the enemy
We Are the Workers 67
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We Are the Workers

"In our ears the din in our eyes the glare we are the munitions workers . . « carrying the torch behind the battle line"
Big Guns and Little Guns 6263
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Big Guns and Little Guns

THE STACCATO bang-bang-bang of hammers penetrates the intense whirr, whine and drone of rows of gigantic machine tools in the new and gleaming five-acre building of the Westinghouse Electric Co. of Canada. Carpenters are knocking together boxes which, for all their twenty-foot length, resemble coffins.
The Shape of Ships to Come 1819
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The Shape of Ships to Come

Shipbuilding in Canada threatened to become a lost art between wars —but now the yards are booming
Minister of Supply 89
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Minister of Supply

IT IS C. D. Howe, Minister of Munitions and Supply, talking, following a trip to Britain in which his ship, the Western Prince, was torpedoed: “Then we saw the U-boat . . . It played its searchlight on us. It was only about from here to the wall away (about fifty feet).
HIGHLIGHTS OF CANADA'S INDUSTRIAL WAR EFFORT 1011
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HIGHLIGHTS OF CANADA'S INDUSTRIAL WAR EFFORT

NOT one of these “general managers” has yet used all of his powers. But the shadow of their authority lengthens every day. Thus George R. Cottrelle, Oil Controller, now requires each of us to produce a coupon for every gallon of gas we buy. All Mr. Cottrelle’s authority stems from the Department of Munitions and Supply.
Cross-Country 1617
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Cross-Country

B.C. faces a wood shortage ! Calgary’s guerillas ride Saskatchewan wants war plants Cleanup waves hit Toronto Water pressure worries Halifax
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