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Barrier against the hordes of Asia is up to-day (transcript)
This article discusses the British Columbia legislature passing the Natal Act, which required prospective immigrants to pass a language test before being admitted, and the likely clash with the federal government over the act, as it conflicted with a recent trade agreement made with Japan.
Research project undertaken by the University of the Fraser Valley South Asian Studies Institute, formerly the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies in 2015
Emigration and immigration law -- Canada
Federal and Provincial Relations -- Canada
Japanese -- British Columbia -- History