6 edition of The asbestos strike found in the catalog.
The asbestos strike
Pierre Elliott Trudeau
|Statement||edited by Pierre Elliott Trudeau ; translated by James Boake.|
|LC Classifications||HD5329 .A56 1949.Q47213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|ISBN 10||088862056X, 0888620551|
|LC Control Number||75300867|
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The Asbestos strike has been incorporated into Quebec's broader political historiography, and is generally regarded as a critical turning point in the history of labour and social relations in French-speaking Canada. Yet the environmental health aspects of the conflict in Asbestos . Trudeau edited a book, The Asbestos Strike, that presented the strike as the origin of modern Quebec, portraying it as "a violent announcement that a new era had begun." Some historians argue that the strikers were simply pursuing better conditions, and that the resulting change in society was an unintended byproduct.
The International Labour Organizations Asbestos Convention, designed to protect workers from the well-known hazards of asbestos exposure, entered into force on 16 June Yet, nearly twenty-five years later, only 35 countries, 19% of that are eligible, have formally ratified the Convention. In , he edited an important book on the subject, La grève de l'amiante, which argued that the strike was a seminal event in Quebec's history, marking the beginning of resistance to the conservative, francophone clerical establishment and anglophone business .
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Asbestos strike. Toronto: James Lewis & Samuel, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now.
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Title: The. The four-month asbestos strike in was one of the nastiest in Quebec's history of nasty strikes, and it was, as Mr. Trudeau wrote later, "a violent announcement that a new era had begun.".
Reply: asbestos was used in books where special fire resistance was needed and in a few other rare editions It is unlikely that asbestos would have been used in the cover or binding of an ordinary children's book like the one in your photos. The book shown in these photos most-likely does not contain asbestos.
Febru Quebec asbestos miners from the Asbestos and Thetford mines embark on a strike to fight to improve working conditions and wages. The strike. Also published in English as Memoirs, Beauchemin,p., pp. Barrette was the Minister of Labour in the Duplessis government at the time of the Asbestos strike.
These two texts are reproduced in the collection of documents at the site. BEHIELS, Michael, Prelude to.
Guide to Asbestos in the Home. Homes built before the s could expose homeowners, their families and others to asbestos possibly. It was during the Asbestos Strike that Trudeau first worked side-by-side with labour leader Jean Marchand and journalist Gérard Pelletier – the first collaboration of the future “Three Wise Men” of Canadian politics.
It also established Trudeau’s political bona fides, as he edited a book about the strike. The asbestos strike. Joint authorship / edited by Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Translated by James Boake. imprint.
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UTL at Downsview. May be requested. HDA55 T Managing Asbestos In Place, also known as the "Green Book," which describes the structure of an asbestos O&M program. This manual offers specific, detailed technical guidance to building owners, asbestos program managers, and building workers for activities that involve working near or on asbestos-containing materials.
It does not. history of the asbestos industry in Canada, and the history of its trade unions. There is a detailed account of the negotiations which preceded and concluded the strike and a day by day (almost hour by hour!) description of the strike itself.
The parts played by the Roman Catholic Church. The Asbestos strike: Prelude to the Quiet Revolution Bily Derien ★ Jun 3, Seventy years ago, the small town of Asbestos, in the Eastern Townships, was the scene of one of the most important strikes in the history of the workers’ movement in Quebec.
The Asbestos Strike came to be seen as a seminal moment in Quebec history, one that helped lay the groundwork for the Quiet Revolution. Author of the article: Montreal Gazette. Publishing date. The Asbestos Strike by Pierre Trudeau avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 2 editions.
Pierre Eliot Trudeau, The Asbestos Strike () ∗ Judy Fudge is a Professor and the Lansdowne Chai r in Law, University of Victoria; and Eric Tucker is a Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. In he edited an important book on the subject, La grève de l'amiante, which argued that the asbestos miners' strike of was a seminal event in Québec's history, marking the beginning of resistance to the conservative, Francophone clerical establishment and Anglophone business class that had long ruled the province.
The miners strike eventually paid off. And resulted in their union's power which was finally recognized, even in an anti-union province. They became the best paid miners in the country, however, and ironically thousands of them eventually died due to work related disease - such as the deadly asbestos-related disease - mesothelioma.
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Asbestos industry--Employees--Labor unions--Québec (Province) Strikes and lockouts--Asbestos mining--Québec (Province) The asbestos strike Trudeau, Pierre Elliott.Book, xvii, pages: 1 copy.Ina French-language book about the strike by author-historian Esther Delisle and Pierre K.
Malouf was published under the title Le Quatuor d'Asbestos.