History of Metro Vancouver: Victory Square, 1932

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City of Vancouver Archives, Re N2.2
City of Vancouver Archives, Re N2.2

1932
Victory Square
A large group of men gather in Victory Square to protest rising unemployment rates during the Great Depression. Fortunately for its citizens, Vancouver actually had the lowest cost of living among Canadian cities at the time. This photo was taken 84 years ago in July 1932.

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