Think you know it all? Prove it!!! Monday, October 29, 2018, 7:00 PM Colonnade Restaurant (Corner of Metcalfe & Gilmour [...]
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The Workers’ History Museum and the Public Service Alliance of Canada National Capital Regional office hosted Doors Open at the [...]
Check out our latest permanent wall exhibit located at 233 Gilmour Street in Ottawa. This was a collaboration with the [...]
Notable for its sketch comedy, and the career launching of many young Canadian artists, the theme of the popular 80's [...]
WHM is proud to once again host the Canadian Labour International Film Festival in Ottawa. The films in this festival [...]
We are very pleased to announce that our 2016 recipient of the Pat McGrath Scholarship has been selected. Candice Gagne [...]
This week, we are excited to introduce another summer student from our Young Canada Works (YCW) funding, Alexandra Petrie. What [...]
The Workers’ History Museum is again fortunate to receive funding from Young Canada Works (YCW) for the hiring of two [...]
Did Canada become a nation at the Battle for Vimy Ridge during World War I? The Vimy Trap answers this [...]
Workers' History Museum Secretary Bob Allen explains how the Rideau Canal was built. WHM/Bytown Labour History walking tour, Wednesday, 5 [...]