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St. Boniface Council Minutes - May 30, 1919

Minutes of the May 30, 1919 meeting of St. Boniface City Council. During this meeting there was discussion regarding how to deal with civic employees who had gone out on strike alongside those in Winnipeg.

St. Boniface (Man.)

St. Boniface Council Minutes - June 9, 1919

Minutes of the June 9, 1919 meeting of St. Boniface City Council. During this meeting a delegation was received of returned soldiers led by R.E. Bray, one of the leaders of the Winnipeg General Strike, urging Council to rescind the ultimatum it had issued.

St. Boniface (Man.)

J.H. Blackwood to Retail and Wholesale Clerks Association regarding charity sale for women displaced by General Strike

A letter from J.H. Blackwood, Secretary of the Public Parks Board, to N. Shaw, President of the Retail and Wholesale Clerks Association, regarding a request by the latter to use Kildonan Park to sell food and drinks to benefit women whom the strike left unemployed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Board of Parks and Recreation

J.H. Blackwood to Park Constable regarding loyalty pledge

A letter from J.H. Blackwood, secretary of the Public Parks Board, to D.C. White, Assiniboine Park Constable, informing him of the Park Board’s decision requiring him, as an employee, to sign a loyalty pledge (sometimes called the “Slave Pact”) stating that he will not engage in strike action.

Winnipeg (Man.). Board of Parks and Recreation

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