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Alberta Report Magazine
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Letter from the Office of the Agent General for British Columbia to Charles F. Gray, June 26th, 1919
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The Winnipeg Citizen No. 14
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Letter from E. Robinson to Winnipeg Water Works, May 14th, 1919
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Relief camp strikers downtown, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Strikers in vacant lot, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Relief camp strikers at railway yard, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Tallystick 1994–95
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Are you sure we're not breaking some law ... like crossing a picket line, or something?'
[Lots of labour disputes happening in British Columbia.]
[Grain shipments find their final resting place in Vancouver, British Columbia.]
[Management and labour disputes, attempting to settle them is David Barrett.]
Strikers in vacant lot, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Strikers marching to vacant lot, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Relief camp strikers on top of boxcars at railway yard, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Train carrying relief camp strikers, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Taxis during a transit strike, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Striker's notice of United Mine Workers of America, at entrance to Number 2 mine, Coal Creek mines, Fernie area, British Columbia.