National Industrial Conference of Dominion and Provincial Governments with representative employers and labour men: on the subjects of industrial relations and labour laws, and for the consideration of the labour features of the treaty of peace. Ottawa, September 15-20, 1919. Official report of proceedings and discussions, together with various memoranda relating to the conference and the report of the Royal Commission on Industrial Relations
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Agenda of the Conference and various memoranda relating thereto
Summary of Dominion and Provincial laws relating to industrial disputes
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