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Economic Development

This quotation from the biography of Robert NICHOL describes one of the war’s lasting legacies in Upper Canada:

“More important, Nichol … recommended ‘permanent measures’ for relieving the stricken economy, especially the ‘improvement of our inland navigation … In an extensive scale, a scale commensurate with the increasing power and rapidly accumulating commercial resources of the Province.’”

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