1938-2021 Bill MacDonald passed away in Edmonton February 19. Bill’s career as a letter carrier spanned 4 decades, and he was a leader of the Letter Carriers Union of Canada… Read more »
We are proud to have folksinger extraordinaire Maria Dunn among our ALHI activists. And though we look forward to hearing all the new material in her new CD, Joyful Banner… Read more »
In collaboration with internationally recognized heritage consultant, Catherine C. Cole, the Edmonton Heritage Council is introducing an online workshop series, Wide Angle Lens: Empowering Community Heritage Practices. The workshops will take… Read more »
The Kathleen Andrews Transit Garage, honouring Edmonton’s first woman transit operator, was inaugurated on February 9 with its first departing bus. The inaugural bus was operated by a woman transit… Read more »
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