‘That ye help one another’

The Winter Years : The Depression on the...“And yet, for many people in western Canada, the 1930s were the best years of their lives. Moreover, for all the people of the prairie regions, even those on relief, there were some good things that helped to remove some of the sting from economic privation. The best thing of all was friendship, for people had time then to be friends.” – James H. Gray, The Winter Years. Historian James Gray was born in Whitemouth, Manitoba in 1906. He worked for the Winnipeg Free Press for many years and went on to publish twelve books, many about life on the prairies.

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