Examples of NDP strike-breaking

I’m looking for examples of the NDP (or its predecessor, the CCF) passing or supporting legislation to breaks strikes and/or lowers wages. Here’s what I have so far; can anyone point me to any other examples (with references, if possible)?

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[li]1947 - The Saskatchewan CCF government breaks a box factory strike in Prince Albert.[/li][li]1966 - The federal NDPs support Liberal legislation to break a railway workers’ strike.[/li][li]1966 - The federal NDPs support Liberal legislation to break a longshoremen’s strike.[/li][li]1973 - The federal NDPs support Liberal legislation to break a railway workers’ strike.[/li][li]1974 - The BC NDP government passes the Essential Services Continuation Act to prevent a firefighters’ strike.[/li][li]1974 - The BC NDP government passes the Elevator Construction Industry Labour Disputes Act, which breaks an elevator construction workers’ strike.[/li][li]1975 - The federal NDPs support Liberal legislation to break a grainhandlers’ strike.[/li][li]1975 - The Saskatchewan NDP government breaks a strike by Sask Power employees.[/li][li]1975 - The federal NDPs and provincial NDP governments in Saskatchewan and BC support the passing and implementation of Bill C-73’s wage control program, which rolls back and limits wage increases.[/li][li]1975 - The BC NDP government passes Bill 146, the Collective Bargaining Continuation Act, which breaks a strike of 50,000 forestry workers, paper workers, and truckers, and prevents a railway workers’ strike.[/li][li]1993 - The BC NDP government passes the Educational Programs Continuation Act, which breaks a strike of Vancouver’s teachers.[/li][li]1996 - The BC NDP government passes the Educational and Health Collective Bargaining Assistance Act, which prevents a strike of teachers and hospital workers.[/li][li]1998 - The BC NDP government passes the Public Education Collective Agreement Act, which imposes a collective agreement on teachers.[/li][li]1999 - The Saskatchewan NDP government legislates 8,400 striking nurses back to work and imposes a new three-year contract on them.[/li][li]2000 - the BC NDP government passes the Public Education Support Staff Collective Bargaining Assistance Act, which breaks a strike by school support staff.[/li][li]2002 - The Ontario NDPs support the Progressive Conservatives’ Bill 174 to break a strike by 25,000 Toronto city workers.[/li][/ul]