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Dad said it was like they forgot them.” Lee was in his early 20s when he tried to enlist in the army to fight for his country. “When I wanted to enter the army in Canada I was refused.
“They weren’t fed well because the British didn’t treat them as first-class soldiers.
Those injustices date back to Vancouver’s first civic government, which made it clear at its first meeting in 1886 that “no Chinaman or Indian shall be entitled to vote in any municipal election for the election of mayor or alderman.” That position served as a launch point for decades of legislated and targeted racism by city leaders, including restricting where Chinese people could own and run a business.