Canadian Labor Laws and the Treaty

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Aberdeen, Lady, 438
Agricultural workers: right of association, convention, 26, action on convention by Canada, 43, Nova Scotia, 43, Saskatchewan, 43; living-in-conditions, recommendation, 27; maternity protection, recommendation, 27; social insurance, recommendation, 27, no action on recommendation, 43; technical education, recommendation, 27, legislation bearing on, 44, action on recommendation by Canada, 44, Nova Scotia, 44, Saskatchewan, 44; unemployment, recommendation, 27, action on recommendation by Nova Scotia, 44, Saskatchewan, 44
Alberta. See Alien workers, Child labor, Enforcement labor laws, Fair wages, Hours of work, Minimum wage, Rest days
Alien Labor Act, 91
Alien languages, use of fourteen prohibited, 151
Alien organizations, declared unlawful, 152
Alien workers, equitable treatment of, 389-410, 475; Labor Section on, 20; recommendation, 23, no action on recommendation, 41
--, workmen's compensation for accidents; convention, 32, 33; recommendation, 32, 33-34; legislation bearing on, 45
--, exclusion from employment on public works: British Columbia, 392-96
--, exclusion from employment on railways: Hon. Alexander Mackenzie on, 390; in British Columbia, 396; Ontario, 396
--, exclusion from employment in mines: British Columbia, 396- 400; Northwest Territories, 400- 401; Saskatchewan, 401; summary, 409
--, differential treatment in workmen's compensation: Alberta, 404-5; British Columbia, 405; Manitoba, 402-3; New Brunswick, 401; Nova Scotia, 403; Ontario, 404; Quebec, 402; Yukon, 404
--, prohibition employment white women by Orientals: British Columbia, 408; Manitoba, 407; Ontario, 407; Saskatchewan, 405- 7; summary, 410
American Federation of Labor, 481 Amusement places, child labor in, 343-53
Anthrax: recommendation, 24; action on recommendation by Canada, 40
Anti-loafing order, 105
Arbitration, 86, 95
Association, freedom of: Labor Section on, 20; for agricultural workers, 26, 43; the employed, 116-79; employers, 178-89; public employees, 172
Association, unlawful: 1919 law on, 152
Bakeshops: hours, 249-61; night work, convention on, 32, 33; rest days, 294-95
Barber shops: hours, Saskatchewan, 257; rest days, 294-95
Barrooms, child labor in, 354-55
Berne Convention: recommendation, 24; action on recommendation, Canada, 40-41
Blacklisting, 181
Blake, Hon. Edward, 69, 127, 129, 131
Board of Commerce, established, 186; legal decision on, 51-52, 54; act repealed, 188


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