24837633_1762478957130008_5184456763639626244_oIt is 1872.

Unions are illegal and the country is ruled by an entrenched elite.

Thousands of workers across Ontario and Quebec are striking and marching for the 9 hour day.

This is the inspiring story of the first workers’ movement in Canada.

Read all about it in:

The Nine-Hour Movement:
How Civil Disobedience Made Unions Legal

by Rankandfile.ca co-founder and editor Doug Nesbitt

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