CANADA’S FIRE LOSSES INCREASED DURING 1920

CANADA’S FIRE LOSSES INCREASED DURING 1920

The fire loss of Canada during 1920, as estimated by the “Monetary Times,” was $27,371,574, which is $4,000,000 higher than in 1919, and is exceeded only by 1918, when the figure of $31,815,844 was reached. The increase in 1920 estimates was due in part to a slight change in compiling the figures for 1920, a more liberal estimate for unreported fires being made.

The record for the past three years shows the following monthly losses:

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