We have added a list of interviews about 1919 and the Winnipeg General Strike, including transcripts in PDF format, and videos. You can access it here.
“Working Women Unite! Feminist Unions and Labour Organizations in Western Canada, 1970-1990.” Dr. Julia Smith Wednesday, Nov. 27,12-1 p.m.Tory 2-48, U of A Campus Free coffee, bring your own mug…. Read more »
The Piece By Piece: The GWG Story website is now online! It is a virtual exhibit created by the Royal Alberta Museum in 2010. The multimedia exhibit is available in… Read more »
Photos from our workshop on the Great Labour Revolt of 1919, held October 11 & 12, are now online at our Facebook page – which you should like, if you… Read more »
The 2020 ALHI Calendar, The 1920s: Austerity and Labour’s Response, is now available! Learn more and find the order form here.
A feature on ALHI at Rabble: Histories of struggle by workers in Alberta:http://rabble.ca/podcasts/shows/talking-radical-radio/2019/09/histories-struggle-workers-alberta
Over the next few months, this exhibit will tour a variety of schools, libraries and union events in Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge and Edmonton. “The exhibit’s 13 banners, designed by… Read more »
1919: THE GREAT LABOUR REVOLT An international uprising of workers followed World War I. The best known Canadian manifestation was the Winnipeg General Strike. Less known is that Alberta workers… Read more »
A 17-minute video of “Waltzing with the Angels,” the story of the Métis Ironworkers who did the most dangerous work constructing the skyscrapers in Edmonton in the 1970s and 1980s… Read more »
HOLD THE DATE! 1919 GREAT LABOUR REVOLT CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION, October 11 and 12, 2019, Ukrainian Centre, 11018-97 Street, Edmonton The Alberta Labour History Institute is hosting a free Thanksgiving weekend… Read more »