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Canada in WW2

What were Canada's contributions to World War 2?

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May 05, 2010 4:28AM

Supplying troops for the fighting and helping in the production of tanks, weapons and aircraft.

Canada also played a major role in providing and running the Air Training Program, (training pilots of Commonwealth countries) prior to sending them to the battle area's. Canada also built and ran the facility known as "Camp X" at Oshawa, Ontario, where spies and secret agents etc were taught their business before being infiltrated into occupied Europe. This camp was run by William Stephenson also known by the code name "Intrepid". Canada was a major player in W.W.2