WHM Covers

Printed in Winnipeg between 1899 and 1932 by the Home Publishing Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of the Stovel Printing Company, The Western Home Monthly was one of the major Canadian household magazines of the early twentieth-century. By the 1930s its circulation topped 180,000, exceeding that of major Toronto-based magazines such as Chatelaine and Maclean’s. Through the collaboration of the University of Alberta Libraries, the Manitoba Legislative Library , and the Editing Modernism in Canada project at the University of Alberta, the complete run of The Western Home Monthly is now available through the Peel’s Prairie Provinces digital archive.