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|Canadian Volunteers Volunteers of the Queen's Own Rifles
leaving Union Sation, Toronto, in August, 1914.
|World War I Workers Women working on primers for shells at
the Canadian General Electric Plant, Peterborough, Ontario, during World War I.
|World War I Workers Women soldering fuses at Verdun,
Quebec, during World War I.
|Munition Making-1 Shell production in Hamilton, Ontario during
Word War I.
|Troops at Salisbury Canadian troops on Salisbury Plain, during
the winter of 1914-1915.
|Recruiting Office Recruiting office, Acton, Ontario, c.
1914-1918, with many recruiting posters from World War I displayed.
|Canadian Troops Canadian troops entraining at Vancouver
during the summer of 1914.
|Munition Making-2 Pouring nickel ore destined for use in
munitions, at Sudbury, Ontario, 1915.
|22nd Battalion The French-speaking 22nd Battalion leaving St.
Jean, Quebec, 1915, would achieve an outstanding war record under its commander Colonel
|Valcartier Training Camp Valcartier training camp, Quebec,
|Streetsville Volunteers Volunteers leaving from Streetsville,
Ontario to enlist for World War I service, July14, 1915.
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