How did the Spanish Flu affect Canadians in the decade that followed the great war?



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I don't believe that you can separate the effect of the Spanish Flu to one country(Canada) as the SF spread swiftly throughout the earth and killed as many or more people in a few months than WWI did in 4 yrs. Interestingly the Spanish Flu appeared in 1918 just as WWI was concluding.

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