BC Labour Heritage Centre – History Projects
BC Labour History Podcast
Unsung hero of BC labour movement – Joe Naylor of Cumberland – is profiled in the first episode of On the Line: Stories of BC Workers.
On the Line: Stories of BC Workers is produced by the BC Labour Heritage Centre and hosted by labour reporter & author Rod Mickleburgh. New episodes are released the first Monday of every month. Episode 1: Joe Naylor is now available to listen or download from your browser through Buzzsprout or the BCLHC website at www.labourheritagecentre.ca/podcast
Find us on Spotify, Podchaser, Deezer, Listen Notes or Podcast Addict. Coming soon to directories like Apple & Google Podcasts and more. Listen on your Amazon device: say, “Alexa, play ‘Stories of BC Workers’ on Tune In”. https://ontheline.buzzsprout.com/
The B.C. Labour Heritage Centre (BCLHC) has embarked on an exciting project entitled COVID Chronicles: Labour’s Story. We want to record first-hand accounts of BC’s working people during the COVID 19 pandemic.
The purpose of the project is to capture, expand and enrich history by documenting the current moment as it relates to unions, their members and how their work was impacted by the pandemic and the public health orders that were made. This is truly an historic time and when labour historians look back, what would you like to tell them?
The project will run from July to December 2020.
Project Chair: Marie Decaire
Project Working Group: Bailey Garden, Donna Sacuta, Sharon Prescott, Al Cornes, Kari Michaels, Johanna den Hertog, Rod Mickleburgh, Joshua Berson, Carlos Carvalho
Volunteers needed to transcribe recorded interviews.