Two exciting announcements were made at the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity's annual gala in Toronto on May 17th
Written for an academic audience, Dustin Galer’s Working Towards Equity: Disability Rights and Employment in Late Twentieth-Century Canada
Mayworks is a festival of working class culture that is rooted in an understanding that workers share a common struggle
The WHM image archivist has been assembling a collection of images not available elsewhere to become a unique record of the lives and workplaces of workers
Melissa Sinfield is attending Saint Paul University in Ottawa working on her Masters in Conflict Studies. She has her Bachelor of Social Science, Honours in International Development and Globalization from the University of Ottawa.
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.
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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.