Clive Lytle

Interviewee: Clive Lytle

Date: July 11, 2016

Location: Vancouver, BC

Full Interview: Click to watch

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Key Subjects: B.C. Federation of Labour [BC Fed]; BC and Yukon Territory Building and Construction Trades Council; Building & Construction Trades; Continuing Education [SFU]; Dave Barrett [1972 provincial election]; Feminism; Labour education; Labour history; Labour issues; Labour Relations Board [LRB]; Labour Studies [faculty]; Simon Fraser University [SFU]; Strikes; New Democratic Party [NDP]; NDP Youth Section; Women’s issues; Women’s rights movement;

Clive Lytle was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1937. He went to University for his Bachelors of Arts degree, and was recommended to apply for a research position at the BC Federation of Labour. He went on to hold various roles in the labour movement, producing communication and educational material for a number of organizations, including developing a Labour Studies program for Simon Fraser University.

Clive passed away on October 27, 2016.

Video: This 18-minute video contains clips from Clive’s full-length oral history interview. It was compiled as a tribute to his long career in labour after his passing in October.

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