Museums, Archives and Exhibits

Workers Arts and Heritage Centre
This site profiles the exhibits and activities of this Hamilton-based interpretive centre, which celebrates the culture and heritage of working people.

On the job: A century of Canadians at work
This site contains images from an exhibit that was on display at Library and Archives Canada from June 2000 to January 2001.

Highway workplace: The Canadian trucker's story
This Workers Arts and Heritage Centre exhibit is a history of trucking in Canada, including a history of organizing in the industry.

Canadian Labour History, 1850-1999
This Canadian Museum of Civilization site traces the history of Canadian labour in text and audio to show how unions served their members while forcing broader reforms in the country.

Ecomusee du fier monde
This is an amateur video tour of this Montreal museum dedicated to industrial history.

Cradle of Collective Bargaining Tour
This McMaster University site is a series of essays, pictures and teaching aids dealing with the history of labour and technology in and around Hamilton, Ontario.

Fisherman Publishing Society Collection
The University of British Columbia Library's Rare Books and Special Collections has digitized photographs from the Fisherman Publishing Society Collection in order to make the images available to researchers on the World Wide Web. The Fisherman Publishing Society published The Fisherman for the Salmon Purse Seiners Union and the Pacific Coast Fishermen's Union. The images document all aspects of the fishing industry, as well as non-fishing labour events in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.

Capilano Timber Company Collection
The University of British Columbia Library's Rare Books and Special Collections has digitized photographs from the Capilano Timber Company Collection in order to make the images available to researchers on the World Wide Web. The images are originally from a single photograph album and depict Capilano Timber Company operations, including loggers, logging camps, and views of the Capilano Valley and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

The History of Working-Class Montreal
Students in a “Working Class Public History” course at Concordia University created this site.

Cumberland Museum and Archives
This page contains labour history resources from the Cumberland, British Columbia Museum and Archives

Workers’ Heritage Centre Museum of Ottawa
The Workers’ Heritage Centre Museum of Ottawa will recognize, honour, preserve and interpret the experiences and contributions of working people – their work, home life, and their cultural and political contributions to the city.

Outaouais Heritage WebMagazine
The WebMagazine is designed to serve as a guide to the Outaouais region's rich heritage and history with emphasis on the province's English-speaking community.