-created new jobs
-ended the Great Depression
-producing food

One of the greatest changes for Canada during the Second World War was the increase in industry and employment. The war created many new jobs for Canadian workers and helped to end the Great Depression. Workers were needed by industries to manufacture airplanes, tanks, and trucks for the Allied forces. They were also needed to assemble coats, uniforms, and boots for Canadian soldiers. In addition, Canadians found new jobs producing meats, grains, and other food products for the Allied forces. By 1941, there were more than enough jobs to keep everyone employed. Next