Written for an academic audience, Dustin Galer’s Working Towards Equity: Disability Rights and Employment in Late Twentieth-Century Canada Book Review: [...]
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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 [...]
Melissa Sinfield is attending Saint Paul University in Ottawa working on her Masters in Conflict Studies. She has her Bachelor [...]
Historians and other researchers are invited to apply to the Workers' History Museum to gain access to a unique visual [...]
Original article can be found here Buckingham, Ville occupée (‘Buckingham, Occupied city‘), first published 1983, by Pierre Louis Lapointe. A [...]
Recently Glebe Report post a fantastic article regarding the our Capital History Kiosks. Read it here https://www.glebereport.ca/2018/03/taking-history-to-the-streets/
Where: Colonnade Resturant, corner of Metcalfe & Gilmour Street When: Monday April 9th, 7:30pm Reserve your table by calling Barb [...]
Screening of two documentaries illustrating racial discrimination in Canada's past, and the struggle to change for the better: Simply the [...]
We are very pleased to announce that our first recipient of the Pat McGrath Scholarship has been selected. Barbara (Barby) [...]