National Affairs: Canadian Commuters


Canadian Commuters

To commute is not to migrate. So decided the Supreme Court of the U. S. last week in refusing to review the cases of one Mary Cook and one Antonio Danelon, two inhabitants of Niagara Falls, Ont., who, like many other Canadians cross the U. S. line every day to go to work. They were the laboratory specimens selected from among tens of thousands to test a ruling made last year by the Labor Department (TIME, May 2, 1927), putting foreign-born Canadian commuters under the quota law.


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