This research guide highlights relevant resources and archival material relating to the history of labour in British Columbia, as well as women's involvement in the labour movement. Primary sources from unions, individuals, associations, and organizations important to the development of the labour movement are all available.
Students support striking support workers on campus in 1992 strike.
Image source: [Unknown]. (1992, March 24). The Ubyssey [N]. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0127851
Try following one of these links or build your own subject search. These subject headings are used throughout the UBC libraries, not only for RBSC
|Canada--Labour and labouring classes||Working Class--Women|
|Labor unions and education--Canada--History--20th century||Labour movement--Women--History|
|Labour unions--Political activity--Canada||Women--Employment--Canada|
|Labour unions--British Columbia||Working class--Canada--History--20th century|
|Labour unions--British Columbia--History||Women--Canada--History|
|Canadian Labour Congress|