This led to most of these men losing their jobs or at best a machine operator or within the process line. This took a considerable toll on the workers as the production made people feel dehumanizing and made them feel almost like apart of the line. This caused many of the workers to lose faith in their jobs as they were no longer completing the whole process. Furthermore, during the post-industrial revolution due to the factory work anyone can do the job or partake within the workforce. Even the most unskilled worker can replace any other person in the workforce or an artisan who is working the machines. This was very harmful and demoralizing towards Artisans and skilled labours as they wouldn’t feel special anymore since the most unskilled labourer could replace them in the industry.Another thing that was also evident in the working conditions was the extreme discrimination within the workforce. Many people would often times not say or protest in the company as because if workers were to stand up for the poor treatment and conditions they would just get fired and let go, this wasn’t an issue since any job was replaced due to the jobs being capable of very unskilled labour. Since the workers needed the job also due to poverty being a severe factor within many families, workers would often take the discrimination to receive the little money their family extremely required. The working conditions were deplorable in regards to the male workers, and while this was the condition the men had nothing to drown their sorrows in. Due to the prohibition being passed through the protests of the WCTU, no alcohol was allowed in Canada legally, which made the times of the men even harder since they had nothing to rely on to get their minds of the working conditions. To conclude, the working class men found it extremely harmful towards their body physically due to the horrid conditions that could lead to severe injuries in the long run. While also mentally through the repetitive job in which made them feel like a machine and how workers would continuously be faced with discrimination and former artisans lost control over their pride from work.