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Rise of Unions

Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What was the era known as? The Laurier era.
What did this time show great discrepancy between? The rich and poor.
When did labour unions begin to form? 1880-1910
How were protests/strikes taken care of? They were put down with violence.
Where were the most brutal protests held and taken down? BC
What did union workers fight for? Better working conditions and fare pay.
How many miners were arrested? 179
What happened in 1912-1914? There were major strikes at old Dunsmuir mines in Nanaimo.
Who put down the Dumsmuier mine strikes? Provincial Militia
Created by: dreycraf