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Fighting for the Sanctity of our Homes: A Story of Ill-Fame

Fighting for the Sanctity of our Homes: A Story of Ill-Fame

Jon Weller…
It was a cool spring evening in 1908, but tempers in Council’s chambers were high. Mr. L. Norman, a printer for the Edmonton Bulletin, was speaking on behalf of the Norwood Vigilance Committee, “We are fighting for the sanctity of house homes and if council will depute the power to us we will