How did the Canadian government contribute to the war efforts
The Canadian government contributed to the war efforts in enormous ways. The government supplied funds and people to participate in the war. It also controlled sensitive military information through surveillance and editing of letters from solders. Moreover, the Canadian government organized public parades, rallies and charitable events, which promoted patriotism and reduced propaganda. Overall, the government introduced compulsory military service , corporate and personal taxation, as well as censorship to prevent propaganda.