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Winnipeg General Strike 1919


winnipeg General Strike 1919

minister of the interior and acting minister of justice Arthur Meighen met with the Citizens Committee. The army also patrolled the streets with machine guns. Canadian Historical Review 73, 3 (1992 281-314. The strike was orderly, with workers avoiding providing any excuse to provoke military force.

Winnipeg, general, strike of 1919



winnipeg General Strike 1919

Winnipeg General Strike 1919
winnipeg General Strike 1919

On May 2, metalworkers went on strike when the employers of the main metalwork factories in Winnipeg refused to negotiate with their union. Wikipedia.org, vyuit na simple. There are no pages that link to this file. Essential services were maintained. G (595 480 pixels, file size: 90 KB, mime type: image/jpeg). Three prosecutions emerged from section 98 before its repeal in 1936, the most famous being the 1931 trials of eight members of the Communist Party. Canadas population was 2,307,525 in 1931, and 23 percent of its residents were in danger of being deported under the provisions of the Immigration Act. Uivatel, koment souasn. Western Labour News, and arrested its editors. They were supplied with horses and baseball bats.

Datum a as, nhled, rozmry. In the 1920 Manitoba provincial election, 11 labor candidates won seats. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012). They refused to meet with the Central Strike Committee. About 30,000 workers, both unionized and non-unionized, left their jobs. In addition, the government created section 98 of the Criminal Code, which targeted unlawful associations and characterized their members as anyone who had attended their meetings, spoken out in favour of them, or distributed their literature.


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