Putting Working People on the Map

Putting Working People on the Map

The BC Labour Heritage Centre has catalogued over 160 plaques, memorials, and other locations in British Columbia that hold significance to working people and their history. The information has been plotted on this map and is open for public viewing.

Each point contains photos, locations, descriptions, and further links for you to explore.

How to use this map:

Viewers can explore in three ways.

1. By clicking on this button at the top left corner to display the full list of sites.

2. By clicking on this button at the top right to open up a new window with a search bar.

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3. By simply zooming in/out and clicking on the location icon of the site you’d like to learn about.

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For more details, you can click here for a simple, image oriented, one-page guide to the map.


If you know of a dedication, memorial, or commemoration to any working person or people that is not included in our map, please let us know by emailing us at plaques@labourheritagecentre.ca.


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