Canada at War: For Workers

Munitions Minister Clarence Decatur Howe last week told Canada's House of Commons what the Government intends to do about workers in plants where war production is already being curtailed or canceled. Said he:

¶ Factories with reduced production schedules will first reduce working hours to 48 a week or "to the normal working hours for the industry."

¶ Workers who are young enough, healthy enough will be inducted into the armed services.

¶ Those with special skills will be shifted to jobs where those skills can best be used (example: workers with previous agricultural experience will be transplanted, wherever possible, to dairy and...

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