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Item · 31 Jan. 1936 - 24 April 1936
Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

Transcripts of a series of 12 radio addresses on Canada's Mining Industry over the National Network of the Canadian Radio Commission, given between 31 January and 24 April 1936. All speeches given by the Honourable T. A. Crerar, Minister of Mines, except the third [14 February 1936] and the eleventh [6 April 1936], which were given by Dr. Charles Camsell, C.M.G., Deputy Minister of the Federal Department of Mines.

Includes:
"The Development of Canada's Mineral Resources" - 31 January 1936
"The Lure of Gold Pushes Back Canada's Northern Frontiers" - 7 February 1936
"Northern Mining Forges New Link Between Eastern and Western Canada" - 14 February 1936
"The Nature and Distribution of Canada's Gold" - 21 February 1936
"The Role of the Mining Industry in Creating Employment" - 28 February 1936
"The New Traffic That Mines Are Creating for Canadian Railways" - 6 March 1936
"The Industrial Metals in Canada's Mining Industry" - 13 March 1936
"Metal Mining in British Columbia and Yukon" - 20 March 1936
"Canada's Mineral Industry in Its Relation to National Welfare" - 27 March 1936
"The International Importance of the Canadian Mineral Industry" - 3 April 1936
"The Non-Metallic Minerals in Canada's Mining Industry" - 6 April 1936
"An Epitome of the Mining Industry in Canada" - 24 April 1936

Crerar, Thomas Alexander