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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 7, Monday.P.2-3 1. Ambassador Yeung sent a notice to C.B.A. (Vancouver) on April 1st aboutimmigration law:(a) the Chief Chinese Ambassador had negotiated with the Immigration Department sothat Chinese student-workers could be exempt from deportation.b) genuine students who had given in the head tax were allowed to come to Canada. Workers who pretended to be students were given back their head tax and refused to gain entry.c) Students under 16 who would really study were allowed to obtain visas and pay head tax to the immigration office at any time.2. In Winnipeg, there was a proposal in the City Council to forbid Chinese fromthe employing female whites. However,/Ambassador defeated the proposal.In the countryside, the small scale motels and restaurants also asked for the closing down of Chinese restaurants. However, the Manitoba Premier thought that their proposal was unreasonable, so the case was dropped
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