The modern phase of God's Work in Canada began as far back as the 1930s. It was then that a few scattered Canadians were first able to hear Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong broadcasting The World Tomorrow program from the west coast of the United States. Those early prewar Marconi and RCA-Victor radios were sometimes able to pick up a weak or fluctuating signal of some of the very first stations ever to carry The World Tomorrow broadcast. But the real impact of Christ's gospel was not felt in Canada until about the year 1960. At that time The World Tomorrow program began to be carried on three Canadian radio stations - in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Quebec, the latter in the French language. These broadcasts helped generate a mailing list of about 5,000 people, most of whom subscribed to The Plain Truth.
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