April 17, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)

UNION

Thomas Wilson Crothers (Minister of Labour)

Unionist

Mr. CROTHERS:

The men, when making an application for a board, set forth the grounds upon which it is based, the grievances and so on. During the inquiry carried on by the Board of Conciliation, it may appear that there is some other question which ought to be determined at the same time, and the suggestion here is that the minister should have the power, if such circumstances should arise, to direct the board tg go on and hear other matters more or less directly connected with the grievances set forth by the men themselves.

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