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  1. Nancy Christie, Engendering the State: Family, Work, and Welfare in Canada (University of Toronto Press, 2000).
  2. Mary Patricia Connelly, “Canadian Women as a Reserve Army of Labour” (Ph.D., University of Toronto (Canada), 1976), http://search.proquest.com/docview/302808309/citation.
  3. Sharon Anne Cook, Lorna R. McLean, and Kate O’Rourke, Framing Our Past: Constructing Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century (McGill-Queen’s Press - MQUP, 2001).
  4. Judith Fingard and Janet Guildford, Mothers of the Municipality: Women, Work, and Social Policy in Post-1945 Halifax (University of Toronto Press, 2015).
  5. Ruth A. Frager, Discounted Labour Women Workers in Canada, 1870-1939, Themes in Canadian Social History (Toronto Ont: University of Toronto Press, 2005).
  6. Barton Hacker and Margaret Vining, A Companion to Women’s Military History (BRILL, 2012).
  7. Jeffrey A. Keshen, Saints, Sinners, and Soldiers: Canada’s Second World War (UBC Press, 2007).
  8. Laurel Sefton MacDowell and Ian Walter Radforth, Canadian Working-Class History: Selected Readings (Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2006).
  9. Peter Stuart McInnis, Harnessing Labour Confrontation: Shaping the Postwar Settlement in Canada, 1943-1950 (University of Toronto Press, 2002).
  10. Joy Parr, A Diversity of Women: Ontario, 1945-1980 (University of Toronto Press, 1995).
  11. Paul Phillips and Erin Phillips, Women and Work: Inequality in the Canadian Labour Market (James Lorimer & Company, 2000).
  12. Ruth Roach Pierson, They’re Still Women After All: The Second World War and Canadian Womanhood (McClelland and Stewart, 1986).
  13. Ann Porter, “Women and Income Security in the Post-War Period: The Case of Unemployment Insurance, 1945-1962,” Labour / Le Travail 31 (1993): 111–44.
  14. Marge Reitsma-Street, Women, Provisioning and Community : Thinking Holistically about Women’s Work : A Research Report, Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian Public Policy Collection (Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Electronic Library, Victoria, British Columbia, 2015).
  15. Jennifer A. Stephen, “Balancing Equality for the Post-War Woman: Demobilising Canada’s Women Workers After World War Two 1,” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice 32, no. 1 (October 1, 2007): 125–35.
  16. Jennifer Anne Stephen, Pick One Intelligent Girl: Employability, Domesticity and the Gendering of Canada’s Welfare State, 1939-1947 (University of Toronto Press, 2007).
  17. Veronica Strong-Boag, “Canada’s Wage-Earning Wives and the Construction of the Middle Class, 1945-60,” Journal of Canadian Studies 29, no. 3 (Fall 1994): 5–25.
  18. Leah F. Vosko, Temporary Work: The Gendered Rise of a Precarious Employment Relationship (University of Toronto Press, 2000).
  19. Frank Whittingham, “Additional and Discouraged Workers among Married Women in Canada” (ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 1971).
  20. “ARCHIVED - Wartime Information Board and Photography - Canadian War Industry During the Second World War - Exhibitions - Library and Archives Canada.” Accessed October 22, 2015. https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/war-industry/025010-1000-e.html.
  21. “Food on the Home Front during the Second World War.” Accessed October 8, 2015. http://wartimecanada.ca/essay/eating/food-home-front-during-second-world-war.
  22. “Food on the Home Front during the Second World War.” Accessed October 8, 2015. http://wartimecanada.ca/essay/eating/food-home-front-during-second-world-war.
  23. “Looking Ahead: Canadian Hurdles.” Accessed October 26, 2015. http://wartimecanada.ca/document/world-war-ii/reconstruction/looking-ahead-canadian-hurdles.
  24. “Ottawa Citizen - Google News Archive Search.” Accessed October 25, 2015. https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2194&dat=19421116&id=DPwuAAAAIBAJ&sjid=9tsFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4122,3308881&hl=en.
  25. “Patriotism on the Home Front.” Accessed October 22, 2015. http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPISCONTENTSE1EP14CH3PA1LE.html.
  26. “Summerside’s War Effort During WWII.” Accessed October 22, 2015. http://www.wyattheritage.com/homefront/main.asp%3Flevel1=government&level2=information&level3=wartimeinformation.html.
  27. “The 1940s.” Accessed October 26, 2015. https://www.nfb.ca/history/1940-1949/.
  28. “WarMuseum.ca - Democracy at War - Information, Propaganda, Censorship and the Newspapers.” Accessed October 22, 2015. http://www.warmuseum.ca/cwm/exhibitions/newspapers/information_e.shtml.
  29. “WarMuseum.ca - Democracy at War - Women and the War on the Home Front - Canada and the War.” Accessed October 5, 2015. http://www.warmuseum.ca/cwm/exhibitions/newspapers/canadawar/women_e.shtml.
  30. “Wartime Information Board.” The Canadian Encyclopedia. Accessed October 22, 2015. http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/wartime-information-board/.
  31. “Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, Poster, [1939-1945] | Historical Perspectives on Canadian Publishing.” Accessed October 22, 2015. http://hpcanpub.mcmaster.ca/wartime-information-board-ottawa-poster-1939-1945.
  32. “Will There Be Jobs?” Accessed October 25, 2015. http://wartimecanada.ca/document/world-war-ii/reconstruction/will-there-be-jobs.
  33. “Women after the War.” Accessed October 25, 2015. http://wartimecanada.ca/document/world-war-ii/reconstruction/women-after-war.
  34. “Women’s Work.” Legion Magazine. Accessed October 8, 2015. https://legionmagazine.com/en/2012/05/womens-work/.“World War II and the NFB :: The Home Front.” Accessed October 5, 2015. http://www3.nfb.ca/ww2/home-front/women-and-the-war.htm?article=18789&subtype=articles.