George Gerald King
The situation in regard to the present position of the men on the Grand Trunk railway who have not as yet been restored to the company's service, is as given in the answers to the questions which the leader of the opposition has just referred to. As the hon. gentleman has mentioned the understanding at the time the settlement was reached was that all the men, other than those who had been guilty of acts of violence or disorderly conduct, should be restored to the company's service within a period not exceeding three months. The agreement was made between the two parties, between the Grand Trunk Railway Company on the one side and the representatives of the employees on the other.
Topic: GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY TRAINMEN'S STRIKE.