Wartime Information Board

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The Wartime Information Board was a Canadian government agency established on September 9, 1942, succeeding the Bureau of Public Information, to deal with the conscription crisis in Canada.

Chairmen of the Board included Charles Vining until Jan 1943 and Norman A.M. Mackenzie. However, the real power on the board was held by its general manager who included John Grierson and A. Davidson Dunton.[1]

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