Solidarity 35

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On July 7, 1983, the Social Credit government in B.C. introduced a budget and 26 pieces of legislation which attacked the rights of labour and existing services and programs. The Solidarity Movement was a response to that mobilizing hundreds of thousands around the province to protest the government’s actions.

Learn more about the Solidarity Movement and the BC Labour Heritage Centre’s Solidarity 35 project by visiting their website.

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