Historians and other researchers are invited to apply to the Workers’ History Museum to gain access to a unique visual documentary collection recording in detail the former E B Eddy / Domtar Pulp and Paper Mill complex in Ottawa, Canada.
Think you know it all?
Did Canada become a nation at the Battle for Vimy Ridge during World War I? The Vimy Trap answers this straight up while exploring the political underpinnings of ‘Vimyism’ a century later.
The Workers’ History Museum and the Public Service Alliance of Canada National Capital Regional office hosted Doors Open at the PSAC Headquarters.
Check out our latest permanent wall exhibit located at 233 Gilmour Street in Ottawa.
Notable for its sketch comedy, and the career launching of many young Canadian artists
Come join the Workers’ History Museum and partners as we celebrate the launch of our newest project
A nearly-forgotten story (at least in anglophone Ottawa) of the brutal and premeditated murder of two locked out (or striking) mill workers in the Ottawa region