December 9, 1909 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LAB

Alphonse Verville

Labour

Mr. VERYILLE.

I do not believe that we have any right to deal with the question of wages. There is nothing in the Bill that speaks of wages. If it should become law, it would be up to the employer to pay whatever he believed right, and it would be up to the men to insist on being paid what they deemed just.

Topic:   HOURS OF LAROUR ON PUBLIC WORKS.
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