Last month, we marked with sadness the passing of the great musician and activist Pete Seeger. We also learned the [...]
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Several people have asked us about winning the grant to be a part of BAND/TD Then & Now’s Black History [...]
February is Black History Month, and we’re taking “The Cal Best Project” on the road. See our latest exhibit and [...]
Get swept up in the tales of romance on the rails, as guest speakers share stories of love and marriage, [...]
The Workers’ History Museum is proud to announce that we’ve been chosen as part of the Black History Month Series [...]
This picture shows a product from the Dominion chain of supermarkets. "Mainly Because of the Meat" went their slogan at [...]
1) What is your name? Christine Goneau 2) Where are you from? I was born and raised in Orleans and [...]
The Workers' History Museum is thrilled to hear that the Public Service Alliance of Canada is naming their Halifax Regional [...]
December 6th is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. Established in 1991 by [...]
On Saturday, November 30, the Workers’ History Museum welcomed Masters’ students associated with the Carleton Centre for Public History (CCPH) [...]