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Power Station Chippewa Power Station construction at Niagara Falls, Ontario, 1904.
Ontario Hydro followed in 1906 as a provincial hydro-power commission to buy, distribute
and sell electricity at cost to Ontario consumers.
Ontario Mining Two miners examining Northern Ontario quartz for precious metals,
probably relating to gold prospecting in the early Porcupine district.
Hard-Rock Mining A diamond drill in the highly productive Hollinger gold mine at
Porcupine, Northern Ontario.
World War I Plant Woman worker in a Toronto, Ontario war plant producing
airplanes, 1918, stitching wing-webbing strips.
War I Workers Women working on primers for shells at the Canadian General
Plant, Peterborough, Ontario, during World War I.
Typists Women typists in a Toronto office in 1918.
Dump A garbage dump on the Toronto waterfront, 1922.
Line Unemployment line in Ontario, early 1930s.
Work Municipal relief work in the form of road building, Rockliffe, Ottawa,
Ontario, winter 1933.
Camp Workers at a provincial relief camp, Petawawa, Ontario, 1935.
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