Celebrate Canada’s 150th. and hear fascinating stories about the National Capital’s labour history. Schedule In partnership with the Bytown Museum, [...]
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CapitalHistoryKiosks: Project Team (*) and Graduate Researchers: Left to right: Samantha Osborn*, Ross Rheaume*, Chelsea Fahey*, Barb Stewart*, Sara Hollett, Stephanie [...]
How did Americans, the military, and the railways influence the development of jobs in early Ottawa? Answers were provided Sunday, [...]
The video, The Public Service Alliance of Canada – 50 Years of Solidarity, won the Canadian Association of Labour Media's [...]
Having dinner with eleven of the people who worked on the PSAC 50th anniversary project. Middle front and to the [...]
The Bytown Museum and the Workers’ History Museum are partnering to deliver a series of guided labour history walking tours [...]
The Workers’ History Museum is proud to host a viewing of its historiographical film about the Public Service Alliance of [...]
Until Fort McMurray in the spring of 2016, the Ontario fire of 1870 was the largest wild-fire in Canadian history. [...]
Want to visit one of Canada's top 500 buildings? Saturday, 4 and Sunday 5 June, 2016, the Workers' History Museum [...]