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Angry postal workers burn their union cards after they were refused entry to a meeting of 3;000 striking Metro postal workers at Queen Elizabeth Building last night. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. Sandra Darmos (left) and Sheila Burns (right) work in Don Mills post office. Open in full size

Angry postal workers burn their union cards after they were refused entry to a meeting of 3;000 striking Metro postal workers at Queen Elizabeth Building last night. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. Sandra Darmos (left) and Sheila Burns (right) work in Don Mills post office.

Picture, 1975, English

Angry postal workers burn their union cards after they were refused entry to a meeting of 3;000 striking Metro postal workers at Queen Elizabeth Building last night. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. They were told they couldn't enter because they had returned to work. Sandra Darmos (left) and Sheila Burns (right) work in Don Mills post office.

Picture, 1975, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Strikes - Canada - Post Office 1975 - 1977

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0017222f