The A.R.P Bulletin is published by the Office of Civil Air Raid Precautions as a short newspaper that covered regional and war-related topics.
This booklet, published by the Institution of Financial Education, encouraged Canadians to support their country by investing in War Savings stamps and certificates.
"This is a war to the death. Every dollar we can spare above our absolute needs must be loaned to our country." This message is illustrated using the short story, The Richest Man in Babylon Tells His System, which attributes one man's financial success to smart investments that earned good interest.
Back Them Up! was a magazine published by the T. Eaton Company in 1942. The magazine lists the names and photos of Eaton employees who had enlisted in the Canadian Armed Forces during the Second World War. This document aims to show appreciation for the men and women who enlisted, but it also served to persuade the readers at home to purchase victory bonds. "Seize Your Patriotic Opportunity Now and Buy Victory Bonds!"
On 9 August 1914, the city of Brantford, Ontario, kicked off its Old Home Week, which quickly turned into a fundraising opportunity for the war effort. The Brantford chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) raised $500 during tag day for the Hospital Ship Fund.
During and after the First World War, thousands of British war brides crossed the Atlantic to start new lives in Canada. During the Second World War this phenomenon continued, with thousands more newly-wedded women made the same journey to Canada.
The Canadian Red Cross Society Sarnia branch presented this life membership certificate to Mrs. J.B (Alice) Pardee on 12 March, 1918. Born in 1874, Mrs. Pardee lived to the age of 87, and was buried in 1961 with her husband, Boer War veteran, John Pardee in Sarnia, Ontario.