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Industrial Canada
Official publication of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association

I came across this publication and providing here the first 15 volumes from 1900 for you to read here.  There are other copies on the Internet Archive.

Volume 1 - 1900
Volume 2 - 1901
The Woollen Industry in Canada
By Watson Griffin reprinted from "Industrial Canada"
Volume 3 - 1902
Volume 4 - 1903
Volume 5 - 1904
Volume 6 - 1905
Volume 7 - 1906
Volume 8 - 1907
Volume 9 - 1908
Volume 10 - 1909
Volume 11 - 1910
Volume 12 - 1911
Volume 13 - 1912
Volume 14 - 1913
Volume 15 - 1914

Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers
The first general meeting for the organization of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers was held iu the Harbour Commissioners Building, Montreal, on Thursday, February the 24th, 1887.

Transactions 1887
Transactions 1919
Montreal Tunnel From an Economic Point of View - Remarks regarding Rural Roads - Doubly Reinforced Beans
Transactions 1920
The Future of Applied Science, An Instrument for Measurement of Rail Wear, Recent Experiments with Straw-Gas
Transactions 1922
Imperial Oil Ltd., Coal Handling Plant at Sarnia
Transactions 1923

Electric Furnaces for Heat Treatment of Steel, Power Factor, The Inspection of Ferrous Materials, Discussion on Canada's Fuel Problem, The Design and Economics of City Refuse Destructors, Electricity for Heating Buildings, The Principles of Three-wire Distribution for Electric Railways, Electrons, Atoms and the Ether, etc.
Transactions 1924

Eminent Railway Builders, The Banff-Windermere Highway, The St. Lawrence River Problem, The cost of Hydro-Electric Power, Civil Aviation, Insulation and Heating possibilities in Buildings, etc.
Transactions 1925

Alberta Tar Sands, Ceramics, Economic Aspects of the Dye Industry, Engineering Achievements in Canada, Hudson Bay Route, Ontario Forestry, Prospecting, Telephone Engineering, Triumphs in Bridge Building, Yukon of '97 and Now.

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