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Feb. 10, 1963: Eleven members of the Carpenters’ union in Reesor Siding, Northern Ontario are shot, three fatally, by independent local farmer-settlers who were supplying wood to a Spruce Falls Power and Paper Co. plant. Some 400 union members were attempting to block an outbound shipment from the plant. The action came as the company was insisting on a pay freeze and two months of seven-day-a-week work.

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What the Today's Economic Outlook Means for U.S. Families
Posted On: Feb 06, 2013

Feb. 6, 2013 | Now that the fiscal cliff fight is over…its seems like a good time to take a step back, assess the economic outlook and see what it means for American families…For people who have secure jobs, good credit, and a stable housing situation, the outlook is generally encouraging. Read more here.


 
 
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