Labor Congress Urges Canadian Govt. to Make Racial Discrimination a Criminal Offense
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Labor Congress Urges Canadian Govt. to Make Racial Discrimination a Criminal Offense

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The Canadian Congress of Labor, meeting here at its eighth annual convention, urged the government to make racial or color discrimination against any person a criminal offense. The 850 delegates attending the conference also heard R.J. Lamoreux, sub-district director of the United Steel Workers of Montreal, appeal for greater racial tolerance.

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