Great Depression

The economic crisis of 1929, also referred to as the Great Depression, leads to major changes in Canadian immigration policy. The number of accepted immigrants is reduced by 80%.

Black-and-white photograph of an outdoor street scene. A group of people are lined up outside a building.
People lining up for food at Toronto’s Yonge Street Mission during the Great Depression, early 1930s. (Wikimedia Commons)

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