The Wartime Prices and Trade Board

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The Wartime Prices and Trade Board

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Dates of existence

1939 - 1951

History

The Wartime Prices and Trade Board is a former Canadian government agency, established on September 3, 1939, by the Mackenzie King government, under the authority of the War Measures Act, in the Department of Labour responsible for price controls and inflation control. The board was abolished in 1951, upon the lapse of the Continuation of Transitional Measures Act, 1947.

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Authority record identifier

CGSA-AC0099

Institution identifier

ON00120

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Minimal

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  • English

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