Monday, October 27, 2014
Canadian Exit Permits 1942-1946
Thanks John D Reid at Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connection
Canada needed all hands to the wheel during the Second World War. Exit permits were required if those able to work wanted to leave the county. Their names, mainly women and children, were published in Orders in Council of the Privy Council of Canada along with information about the people receiving them at their destination, often the UK.
You will find the names of those granted permits, and other names mentioned, at www.exitpermits1942-1946.com/325502161c.
Sample entries along with information on how to purchase photographs of the list that contains the information about your person of interest is at www.exitpermits1942-1946.com/.