The Great Depression. Canadian Economic Expansion in the 1920s. Primary industries such as pulp and paper and mining had experienced growth during the war and continued to expand through the 1920s. Wheat did well during the war but the price fell in 1921 and did not recover until after 1924.
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1933 - 26.6%
1926 - 4.7%
The 1920s were marked by unprecedented prosperity.
It was to be expected that prosperity would be followed by a recession.The Business Cycle
R. B. Bennett and his Conservatives swept to power on a promise of higher tariffs and an end to unemployment.The Election of 1930
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