Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia DVD

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Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia DVD

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Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia is a documentary series that explore the lives of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the creation and growth of Canada's westernmost province. From the early gold rush years to the life and death of labour activist Ginger Goodwin; from the brutal Vancouver island coal mines to the horrifying Second Narrows Bridge collapse; from the first fisherman's union to Operation Solidarity. These are the true stories of the men and women whose blood, sweat and indomitable spirit built the province of British Columbia.

DVDs include all three episodes as well as the 30 individual vignettes. (Includes new content, not seen in the series!)

Personal use only, North America (NTSC)

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