Join us on May 30th for our Annual General Meeting and Special Lecture:
Toronto Workers in the 1850s
A look back at a decade of major transitions in the lives of Toronto’s working people – new jobs, new immigrants, new challenges to living standards, new cultures.
Special Lecture by:
Professor Craig Heron, professor emeritus at York University, where he taught History and Labour Studies for 35 years. Professor Heron is the author of numerous publications on Canadian social and working-class history, including Working in Steel, The Canadian Labour Movement, Booze: A Distilled History, The Workers Festival, and Lunch-Bucket Lives. He is currently President of the Toronto Workers History Project.
AGM 6 pm REFRESHMENTS 6:30 PM SPECIAL LECTURE 7 pm
Memberships available at the door.
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