Chapter 7 The Interwar Years. 1919-1938. Land Based Industry. Newfoundland government tried to create new job opportunities for a growing population. The staple industry- the fishery- could no longer completely support Newfoundlanders, especially with falling fish prices.
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Unlike fishery, men working in mining and pulp and paper had a steady income and earned higher pay.
These towns were company towns and all areas were controlled by the company – ex. Buchans.
Although there were some negative feelings, services such as schools, hospitals, churches, etc. were better.
Higher standard of living and increased awareness of urban lifestyles.