Lucky Us We are very pleased to have Sam Derby-Wiman doing his placement term from January to April [...]
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The Workers’ History Museum was very fortunate to receive funding from Young Canada Works for two students from June [...]
By Evert Hoogers, retired postal worker and former CUPW National Union Representative. This gripping labour documentary takes 34 minutes [...]
A friend of the Workers’ History Museum recently passed away after a brief illness. He was a Professor Emeritus [...]
A SUGAR WORKER'S CEMETERY IN FAR-OFF KAUAI by Paul Harrison, WHM Photographer and Image Archivist In my travels, camera in [...]
The Workers’ History Museum is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 Pat McGrath Scholarship. She is Katharine Clark [...]
Friday, November 22, 2019, 7 PM – 9 PM PSAC HQ ,233 Gilmour Street, Ottawa, CLiFF issues important to working people [...]
Two exciting announcements were made at the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity's annual gala in Toronto on May [...]
Written for an academic audience, Dustin Galer’s Working Towards Equity: Disability Rights and Employment in Late Twentieth-Century Canada Book Review: [...]
Mayworks is a festival of working class culture that is rooted in an understanding that workers share a common struggle [...]