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2 edition of Hearings of the Canada Royal Commission on Coal, 1945. found in the catalog.

Hearings of the Canada Royal Commission on Coal, 1945.

Canada. Royal Commission on Coal.

Hearings of the Canada Royal Commission on Coal, 1945.

by Canada. Royal Commission on Coal.

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Hearings of the Canada Royal Commission on Coal, 1945 by Canada. Royal Commission on Coal. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Series 3: Labour disputes correspondence. ---- cm of textual records. -- The series is from the Western Coal Operators' Association/Western Canada Coal Operators' Association and the Western Canada Bituminous Coal Operators' is arranged chronologically and include the names of various mines and mining companies.

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John T. Stirling, who had been appointed Alberta’s Chief Inspector of Mines in served as chair and hearings were held in Edmonton and Calgary as well as coal mining communities. [5].