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Prohibition was too short-lived in Canada to engender any real success. Opponents maintained that it violated British traditions of individual liberty, and that settling the matter by referendum or plebiscite was an aberration from Canadian parliamentary practice. Québec rejected it as early as 1919 and became known as the "sinkhole" of North America, but tourists flocked to "historic old Québec" and the provincial government reaped huge profits from the sale of booze.
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Here the conflict was between the owners of large herds who wanted all the open range they could get and the smaller owners who had staked claims under the homestead acts to small sections of free land.