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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
November 16, 1922 (Thursday)P. 3 (1) M.P. -t> "^ ~^r '^ made another discriminatoryspeech against the Asians on November 14. He asserted that the Chinese businessmen were primarily responsible for the narcotic drug market. They were using the front of businessmen to sell drugs. If no actionwas taken to check this, the drug question in Canada would persist.He added that among the drug criminals in Montreal, three-quarters were Chinese. Thus, the Chinese were only harming the Canadian community instead of making a contribution. Moreover, from what he could see, the Chinese would not stay permanently in Canada. They would return to China after gaining enough from Canada. Thus, the government should take action to prevent this before it was too late.-" > f "2 / \(2) News from ~+Tyl_ ^ ^\\ : The Retail Businessmen'sAssociation had requested the city council to disallow the Asians to build shops in the ^£7 ,*r, "rv\ v UlV area because they could create obstacles for the whites. The city council had to consult the lawyer to see if action could be taken.P. 3 (3) News from Victoria: The government inspector gave a detailed report on the percentage of Asians in various occupations. He stressed that the Asians should be chased out in order to stop their exploitation of the rights of the Canadians
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