Many of these internees were used for forced labour in internment camps.[5] Conditions at the camps varied, and the Castle Mountain Internment Camp[6] – where labour contributed to the creation of Banff National Park[7] – was considered exceptionally harsh and abusive.[8] The internment continued for two more years after the war had ended, although most Ukrainians were paroled into jobs for private companies by 1917

via Ukrainian Canadian internment – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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