The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
May 19P3 1) (ex-president of CBA) was interviewed by an English newspapereditor about his opinion with regard to the restrictive immigration law. He said that those 43 restrictive laws certainly indicated discrimination against the Chinese. If the Chinese did not cooperate to protest against this law, their future would surely be miserable. He added that the president of CBA in Victoria had already gone to Toronto to discuss with the rep- resentative committee about how to approach the protest.2) in Calgary held a general meeting on May 16 to discuss the plans for protest. In reply to the request of in Toronto, $500 was setn to support the protest. It was agreed in the meeting that3 telegrams should be sent: to the prime minister, members of parliamane, and the head immigration officer, requesting them to be just in writing up the final immigration law.3) went to Winnipeg & Sault Ste. Marie to recruit shareholders for the realty of
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