Today in Labor History

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April 18, 1872

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATwo days after leaders of the Toronto Typographical Union – whose members are on strike for a nine-hour workday – are arrested for common conspiracy, Canada’s Prime Minister Sir John Macdonald introduces the Trade Union Act to legalize unions in the country.

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