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prohibition in canada
Canadian Temperance groups began to rally for prohibition during the 1840's and 1850's. It was not until after World War I began in 1914, that the temperance groups' support for prohibition grew. A need for grain for the armed forces was viewed as a major catalyst for Canada's Prohibition Law. Although Canada's Prohibition Era only lasted two years from 1917 to 1919, it created the stage for many historic successes and failures in Canada. This paper looks at the emergence, successes, and failures of Prohibition of Alcohol in Canada. Particular emphasis is placed upon Nova Scotia that, along with Manitoba, scored a large majority in favor of prohibition during the national plebiscite on the matter held by the Laurier Federal Government in 1898.(1) This national support of prohibition, when provinces in Canada were only moderately in favor, and Quebec strongly opposing,(2) created an interesting paradox in...
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