Kidd Report

KIDD REPORT was the response of a group of business leaders to the economic chaos of the Great Depression. In Apr 1932 a delegation representing 22 business groups and service clubs went to VICTORIA to present their complaints about the way the provincial government was handling the economy. As a result of this meeting the government approved the creation of a committee of business executives to look into provincial finances. Members of the committee were George Kidd, former president of the BC...

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