Canada: LABOR: Peace

Looking across the border at the tumultuous U.S. strike scene (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), Canadians could lift a righteous eyebrow. On their own labor front, trouble was down to an almost irreducible minimum.

At Cornwall, Ontario, 40 carpenters quit their jobs because management did not provide enough fires to keep them warm in the bitter weather, but they returned to work next day.

At Toronto University, 60 students staged a sophomorish sitdown in protest against having to travel 50 miles a day to & from applied-science classes at Ajax, Ontario. The strike lasted one hour. In Winnipeg, 124 Tribune and Free Press...

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