Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Uncertainty

All Canada was restless. The people, itching with impatience, wanted to know whether there would be another session of the 19th Parliament, and when the gen eral election would be held.

The press was frustrated and angry. Columnists tried to sound knowing, merely sounded vague. Said the Montreal Gazette: it is time "to clear the air and to put an end to the uncertainty that is strangling the nation's effort at home. . . ."

Neither of the week's two developments cleared the air. First, the Government issued a proclamation formally extending the current adjournment...

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