Working People: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Labour Movement

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From the dock workers of Saint John in 1812 to teenage "crews" at McDonald's today, Canada's trade union movement has a long, exciting history. Working People tells the story of the men and women in the labour movement in Canada and their struggle for security, dignity, and influence in our society. Desmond Morton highlights the great events of labour history - the 1902 meeting that enabled international unions to dominate Canadian unionism for seventy years, the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919, and an obscure 1944 order-in ...

Working People: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Labour Movement 2007, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773533073

5th Revised, Updated edition

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