The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, has announced the launch of an on-line website honouring exceptional people from the struggle for workers' rights and social justice in Canada.
The Canadian Workers Hall of Fame will honour people from any part of the country who are 65 or older, alive or deceased, and who have made exceptional lifetime contributions to the betterment of working-class life. Their contribution can be from union work, social movements, politics, and other activism. The inductees will be determined by a panel of labour activists and academics who will review nominations and recommend who is to be included.
If you have someone to suggest, please go to the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre website and fill out the online nomination form.