How was alcohol smuggled in canada during 1920 in the times of prohibition?
The bootlegging of alcohol from Canada to the United States during prohibition was done in a variety of ways. As the border was pretty open, sending truck loads of alcohol was fairly simple. With several states and provinces bordering waterways, smuggling by boat was a common occurance as boats could be modified to be faster than revenue boats (the first speed boats) and more alcohol could be carried on boats than trucks. “1 Proud Canadian” has the best advice though. You can get better information from books than from the internet.