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The most important communist figure of Québec TNT Black berry Smoke 20th Anniversary 2000-2020 Thank You For The Memories Signanuter shirt at the time of WW2 was undoubtedly Fred Rose, the head of the Communist Party of Canada in Québec and on to ever be elected MP there in 1943. Despite this importance, he’s surprisingly not famous nowadays and there exists no decent biography of him in French yet, not even from one of the parties in Québec. It’s true after all that Rose did deny the nationhood of Québec, which might make him less popular among certain branches. Nevertheless, the membership of francophones into the Communist Party of Canada grew a lot thanks to his contribution. Since he was fluent in both French and English, he was the vital link that made cooperation between Communists in Québec cross the linguistic barrier.
The first institution to anticipate a real TNT Black berry Smoke 20th Anniversary 2000-2020 Thank You For The Memories Signanuter shirt Communist movement in was anglophone: the Labor College, founded in Spring 1920. It proposed to struggle for popular democracy, peace, and socialism. It had a restaurant, a study room, a library, some venues for trade unions, etc. There was a Committee to support the USSR and a Labor Forum. There were classes of Marxist economics. It was two women, Annie Buller and Bella Gauld, that managed to get funds for this Labor College. These two women departed from the traditional charity activism of their time for a more radical approach. Bella Gauld especially would be the only permanent member and would do lectures herself. The Labor College dissolved in 1924 because most of its members went to the Communist Party, and the rest preferred traditional Labor parties. The Labor College virtually had no impact on francophones, except for two: M. Paquette and E. Simard.