In Citizen Docker Andrew Parnaby explores industrial relations on the Vancouver waterfront during the interwar years. The analysis is linked to a broader consideration of the transition to the welfare state and the new industrial...
BC Studies no. 160 Winter 2008-2009 | Page(s) 139-141
Arthur “Slim” Evans has long been a notable figure in Canadian labour history, most often associated with the famed On-to-Ottawa Trek that he led in 1935 in an effort to improve conditions in the relief...
BC Studies no. 195 Autumn 2017 | Page(s) 167-168
Secret Service is the first full-length narrative on security intelligence in Canada since Stan Horrall and Carl Betke’s 1978 official RCMP history, Canada’s Security Service: An Historical Outline, 1864-1966. This is a significant achievement for...
BC Studies no. 182 Summer 2014 | Page(s) 231-233
Georgia Straight: A 50th Anniversary Celebration and City on Edge: A Rebellious Century of Vancouver Protests, Riots, and Strikes
Vancouver has always had a volatile streak; it’s a key ingredient of the city’s identity, a theme in the story Vancouverites tell themselves about their place in the world. Perhaps political polarization, western alienation, protests,...
BC Studies no. 199 Autumn 2018 | Page(s) 190-1
Mine-Mill’s Peace Arch Concerts: How a “Red” Union and a Famous Singer-Activist Fought for Peace and Social Justice during the Cold War
BC Studies no. 174 Summer 2012 | Page(s) 61-99