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Labour and Economic Growth - Other Industries
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R-A28572
Item Date
ca 1928


Some of the first cars to come off the assembly line at the Regina General Motors plant.


"While the focus of development in Saskatchewan was the agricultural sector, the needs of the homesteader led to the development of several other industries in the province. Moose Jaw, a railway hub, illustrated the economic growth and opportunities for employment in non agricultural sectors. Workers were employed in everything from automobile plants to service jobs."

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R-A28572
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photograph
Keywords:
Regina; Factories; Automobiles


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Image Preview Rice Studio Album-99 Photograph 01 - Industrial Moose Jaw in 1913.
Image Preview R-B910 Photograph 02 - By 1928 General Motors had built a factory in Regina to produce cars.
Image Preview R-A28572 Photograph 03 - Some of the first cars to come off the assembly line at the Regina General Motors plant.
Image Preview R-A21528-2 Photograph 04 - "Many women worked in the service industry, in this case at the Royal Hotel in Strasbourg."
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