Labour rights are Human rights

September-Stratford Intervention

September 27, 1933
A contingent of soldiers and tanks arrived in the town of Stratford to intervene in a strike by furniture workers led by a Communist Worker's Unity League. Because of the public outcry, it was the last time the army was deployed to break a strike in Canada.

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