The Drink Problem

This booklet from the Canadian Temperance Federation focused on the perceived benefits of the temperance movement during the First World War. The movement reached its peak in 1915, and 1916, when all provinces, except Quebec, banned the sale of alcohol. Most legislation was repealed in the 1920s, when resource preservation was no longer necessary.

The Drink Problem in the Great War (Toronto, ON: Canadian Temperance Federation)
booklet, 15 pages, 17.3cm x 10.2cm
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory, and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
First World War