Ambition and Canadian propaganda and incentives are motivating U.S. farmers to move to Canada (though some return)
With "slums as bad as any in the world,[...]the Montrealer takes little interest in the affair of his city."
Nova Scotian looks back on his 12-year-old self fighting Fenians
^J.A. Matheson [sic], "The Island - Its Present and Future," The Empire Club of Canada Addresses, pgs. 157-69. Accessed 26 February 2020 [speeches.empireclub.org]
^Calgary Women's Press Club, Special Opportunity Number, Western Standard Illustrated Weekly, Vol. III, No. 13 (June 12, 1913; unpaginated). Accessed 26 February 2020 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
^Letter of John D. Deets, Commissioner of Immigration, State of South Dakota (March 26, 1913), Letters in Response to Inquiries[...]about the Movement of American Farmers Back to the United States from the Canadian Northwest. Accessed 26 February 2020 [iiif.lib.harvard.edu]
^George Hambleton, "What's the Matter With Montreal?" Saturday Mirror, No. 1 (February 1, 1913), pg. 5. Accessed 26 February 2020 [numerique.banq.qc.ca]