Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Good Old Restrictions

For four years wartime restrictions have kept gasoline stations closed tight, after 7 p.m. every weekday and all day Sundays — a welcome relief to filling-station men who used to work 18-hour days and seven-day weeks. Their anguish, when the Government lifted the wartime curb last week, was enormous. Promptly, Manitoba's Automotive Trades Association, representing 90% of the gas stations in the province, bowed to the new fondness for restrictions, voted to stick to war time hours.


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