Canada: Good Law & Bad Weather

At Sydney, Nova Scotia, which comes closer to being Canada's Pittsburgh than any other Dominion city, newsmen asked a unionist to explain Canada's labor peace. George Regunnis McNeil, president of a 5,000-man steelworkers union, answered: "The whole thing in a nutshell is that American labor was organized on a national scale to a point where it could strike for what it wanted. ... In Canada strikes pop up here & there, but there is no national cooperation."

In Halifax, Bricklayer Arthur Dominic Anderson, 57, who earns $1.15 an hour for a 44-hour week, had...

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