100 Years Ago: Poster for Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve

The Intelligencer March 21, 1917 (page 6)

“Help the NAVY Win the War—It needs more men, Get overseas at once by joining the overseas division of The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve and serve in the victorious fleet. Experience not necessary. Canadians on joining are sent to England at once for training.

Candidates must be sons of natural born British subjects—Ages 18 to 38.

Experienced men from 18 to 45 may enlist for service in the Canadian Naval Patrols to guard Canadian Coasts. For particulars apply to: Commodore Aemilius Jarvis.”