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VETERAN PUBLIC SERVANT.

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VETERAN PUBLIC SERVANT.

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THE PEOPLLING OF CA.NADA.-Accordit)R to an official estimate just made by the Census Department at Ottawa, the total population of Canada at the beginning of the year was 8,075,000, including the soldiers of the Do- minion now at the front. The growth of population siuce the ceusub was taken in 1911 is officially estimated at approximately 850,000 or 80 average of about 200,000 p-r y!lar. Tbe total immigration for 1914 is given us 168,930 With the exception of the new pstitlera arriving in WiSteru Canada from tho United StateB, immigration has practically Ci:» rd 00 account of the war, and is not heiug enconragycJ by tbt Canadian officials io Europe. There is great activity all over the D )rtiit)ion-i,-j thn iudas. trial centres where inanitions of war are being turned out in vast quantities to meet the j requirements of Great Butain and her Allies in the field, as well as on the farms, where a record harvest is about to be reaped, and in the mines but local Labour supplies have hitherto proved equal to the demands, save on the farms, where harvest hands are wanted. In Canada, as in the British Islands, however, the military authorities have arranged to relieve a nomber of troops to assist the farmers, and with the aid of these, supplemented by workers from the United States, the harvest will doabt- iees be satisfactorily saved. 1>