Growth and recognition: 1967–2011
Head tax redress movement pamphlet, c. late 1980s. Courtesy of Gary Yee.
The modern head tax redress movement begins (1984)

Generations after the head tax was repealed, the fight for an official government apology and compensation for this injustice was re–ignited in 1984 by Margaret Mitchell, the federal Member of Parliament for Vancouver East from 1979 to 1993. She publicly raised the issue of head tax repayment on behalf of her constituents. Led by Gary Yee and Amy Go, the CCNC took up the struggle for redress for the indignity suffered by Canada's head tax payers between 1885–1924.

Early Chinese Migration and Head Tax:
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The Exclusion Period:
Family Reunifications and Illegal Immigration:
Growth and Recognition: