S.S. EIMPRESS OF BRITAIN, CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES.
Length 570 feet, 14,500 tons, speed 18/ knots.
by submarines have given a new impetus to this old Canadian industry, and in 1918 more " tonnage " was built than in all the years from 1902 to 1914. The Imperial Munitions Board ordered 23 steel and 45 wooden ships, and the French Government 50 wooden vessels.
Canals. Since 1867 much work has been done in
deepening the canals and navigable rivers, and in making new canals. Ocean steamers now come up the St. Lawrence as far as Montreal, in-