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Report of the Deputy Minister of Labour On Industrial Conditions in the Coal Fie

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Canada. Dept. of Labour
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The men here, and at other points at which I have discussed the subject, regard the matter of joining the United Mine Workers as one in no way differing from that of their fellow- workmen joining other international bodies. Again and again, in reply to my inquiries, they have insisted that nothing that would be required of them as members of the United Mine Workers would be allowed to influence their duty as Canadian citizens. The theory, sometimes suggested, that the United States operators ar...e in any way behind the movement to extend the United Mine Workers in Nova Scotia is frankly scoffed at. It is quite evident that the men look at the refusal of recognition as a limitation of the rights usually conceded, and do not look below the surface. Most of the strikers are Nova Scotians; a very large proportion natives of Cape Breton. There are few foreigners in the district. The men admit that for the most part they have never been on strike against the Dominion Coal Company before, but urge as a reason that the Provincial Workmen's Association was not strong enough to back them.

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