Demands Made by the Notre-Dame Strikers
As outlined in Le Devoir, Monday June 18, 1934, p. 3
We have learned that the internes of Notre-Dame Hospital have laid the following conditions to return to their normal duties at the hospital:
1. That the Jew Rabinovitch be officially dismissed, and that copies of the documents to this effect be transmitted to them.
2. That absolute impunity be granted to each and every one of the internes.
3. That the official response be transmitted to them without undue delay "dans un delai raisonnable".
The internes also announced that the strike would be automatic and revolving. If sanctions are exercised against one or the other of the strikers, there will immediately be another strike.
© 1999 Claude Bélanger, Marianopolis College