The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
August 13.3 1) Since most of the vegetables in Vancouver were provided by Chinese farmers,many of the vegetable hawkers were Chinese, too. Now they would like to preserve their rights and set up a vegetable sellers Association ( ).They had already held a meeting in the Chinese Labour Union ( ) andplanned to set up the constitution. Executives were also elected among the representatives. (Office would be on 210 Fender Street).2) The monthly report (July ) of the credits (including rent and exit fees) and debits of CBA
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