By Rene Chartrand
;Canadian army history. Vol. 2. 1755-1871 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Canadian army historical past. Vol. 2. 1755-Автор: Rene ChartrandИздательство: artwork GlobalISBN: 2920718509Год издания: 1993Страниц: 238Язык: АнглийскийФормат: PDFКачество: отличноеРазмер: 31 МбОписание:Canadian army background in the course of XVIII-XIX centuries0
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5 The brunt of these reductions was borne by the primary level of the industry, while the secondary level of production, already firmly entrenched in the Canadian economy, was less affected. To offset the impact on would-be primary producers, the bounty system was generously expanded. Pig iron smelted from domestic ore was to receive a $3 per ton bounty and iron produced from imported ore, previously excluded from the schedule, now qualified for a $2 per ton bonus. Bounties on puddled bars, ingots, and steel billets were hiked from $2 to $3 a ton.
In the last decade of the century, Ontario began drawing up its own blueprint for industrial development. 'Encouragement of the industry, not its discouragement, is the office and duty of governments,' concluded the commissioners of the 1890 Ontario Royal Commission on Mineral Resources. '1 The councils of innumerable Ontario municipalities echoed these sentiments in near-perfect harmony. The promotion of an iron and steel industry in Ontario from the 18905 was therefore to be a pas de trois, with the three levels of government sometimes performing in unison and more often vying for the leading role.
31 Between 1879 anc^ tne early 18905, the record of Canadian iron and steel producers was studded with many failures and few successes. Nova Scotia sustained the most successful activity on this front, principally because of its indigenous sources of ore and coal. 32 The Nova Scotia Steel Company, founded in 1882, utilized an open hearth furnace, and, when amalgamated with the Nova Scotia Forge Company at Trenton, became the first integrated steelworks in Canada capable of producing pig iron through to finished steel goods.