Remember the Victory Gardens

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Remember the Victory Gardens

In the uncertain tumult of the 1st and 2nd World Wars, government propaganda campaigns were conducted to encourage the people of Quebec and Canada to engage in the patriotic leisure of war gardening.

The idea behind these initiatives was to persuade the civilian population of the benefits of converting a piece of arable land into a vegetable garden as part of the war effort.

The data estimates that there were, in Canada in 1944, more than 200,000 of these vegetable gardens which bore the agreed name of: Victory Gardens.

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