Native Sons of Canada LetterGRAND PRESIDENTGRAND SECRETARY
COL. DONALD McGUGANROBT. D. MACLACHLAN
GRAND TREASURER ARTHUR C. PIKE416 PEMBERTON BLDG
Native Sons of Canada
(CANADA LETTERS PATENT 1922)P. O. BOX 903
VICTORIA, B. C.
April 5, 1925.
Dear Sir -
Following is copy of a resolution passed by Cranbrook Assembly No.22 on recent meeting, for your information, please.
“WHEREAS, in the matter of administration of educational affairs in the Province of British Columbia, it has become known to the Assembly, No.22, Native Sons of Canada, that a certain element in the population of this Province has become suspected of being antagonistic to, and, apparently, is using unlawful means of interfereing with the proper administration of general educational problems insofar as the peculiar beliefs of this element is concerned to the extent that teachers and officers are unable to properly function, as such, and, further, that school buildings are being burned - evidently as a direct result of such antagonism;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that this Assembly No.22, Native Sons of Canada, place itself on record and solicit the cooperation of the Grand Council towards impressing upon the Government of British Columbia the necessity of prompt and strict administration of the existing laws in regard to exucation, regardless of whom it may displease.”
(signed) Robt. D. MacLachlan