However not all was well for everyone. Many people had a hard time adjusting after the war was over including veterans, woman working on the home front and people who had lost loved ones in the war. Many veterans had to wait as long as up to many months to return home due to the large amount of people away fighting. Finally when they did return, there was many difficulties they had to face. While they were away at war, the pricing for housing had steeped significantly and many found it hard to find affordable housing. Also jobs were hard to find and so was the training needed for specialized jobs. However the hardest adjustments had to be made by the veterans that had been injured during the war. For example the loss of a limb would require you to have to learn to newly adapt to your surroundings and this is a great example of cause and consequence. The members of the home front also had a big adjustment to make but it mainly just affected the woman. Woman had been used as factory workers during the war. However, when the men returned home from the war many woman were forced to go back to their old jobs of being a house worker. This job obviously did not pay and was not really considered a job. As you can probably assume, many people who had lost a family member or loved one in the war had a lot of adjusting to do. It was a tough situation and required a lot of healing and time.
After playing the game I learned that since Canadian Culture had been revolutioned, life for both men and women at home was fairly comfortable and peaceful after the war. Certain opportunities were now becoming equal for both men and women in the workplace. This also lead to the positive change in equal rights where almost all woman in Canada had the right to vote by the end of the 1920's which is an excellent example of continuity and change. Fashion was all the rage in the 1920's. Men enjoyed wearing their dress pants while woman discovered skin tight one piece bathing suits. As well, sources of entertainment were far more plentiful in the 1920's. Things such as magic acts and dog shows became much more common and people were enjoying themselves more often. To add to all this fun being had, there was many more Canadians attending University and graduating with a degree. These new and positive ways of thinking lead to a much more enjoyable life for Canadians during the 1920's.