Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Limited Reconversion

Canada opened the door a cautious crack to industrial reconversion this week. The Wartime Prices and Trade Board canceled its order forbidding or limiting manufacture of 67 categories of civilian goods containing metal. Included: bathtubs, wheelbarrows, steel-shafted golf clubs, baby carriages, bobby pins, stokers.

This did not mean quick and big production. WPTB Chairman Donald Gordon repeated his "Don't be a grabber'' plea (TIME, Sept.11). But plants equipped to turn out the metal articles could now go ahead and turn them out if they could find men and materials left over after filling Government orders. WPTB added: prices...

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