Interviewed by Rod Mickleburgh
September 6, 2019
Arnie Nagy has Haida heritage on the maternal side of his family, and grew up in Prince Rupert. He worked in the fish canneries and was an active UFAWU member. He recalls the years when the fishing industry was booming on the north coast. He also discusses the decline of the industry and the impacts on the community.
Keywords: Prince Rupert; Haida; UFAWU; cannery; unemployed; communism; shoreworker; fishing; Florence Greenwood; Emily Brown; Homer Stevens; Buck Suzuki