The BC Labour Heritage Centre Society preserves, documents and presents the rich history of working people in British Columbia. The Society engages in partnerships and projects that help define and express the role that work and workers have played in the evolution of social policy and its impact on the present and future shaping of the province.
We are a registered non-profit society.





BC Labour Heritage News

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A Historic Pier, In Flames

Written and researched by Bailey Garden (Note: Bailey previously worked with the (Re)Claiming the New Westminster Waterfront research project, content which is referenced in this article) In a week where the Lower Mainland of British Read more…

Abe Mortimer

Vancouver’s Favourite Umpire BC Black pioneer was lumberworker, athlete, soldier, storyteller and Hall of Famer Researched and written by Donna Sacuta On September 2, 1965, 75-year old Abe Mortimer bellowed “Pla-a-a-y B-a-a-w-w-l” before an audience Read more…