Labour Film Night

Labour Film Night is co-hosted by the Edmonton and District Labour Council (EDLC), which is comprised of 57 union locals representing 45,000 members from Edmonton and surrounding communities, and the Alberta Labour History Institute (ALHI), which is committed to preserving and telling the stories of working people in Alberta. Labour Film Night is open to the public.

Admission is free. For more information, see www.labourhistory.ca.

Labour: Pride

  • Feb 5 (2015) @ 9:30pm
In 1984 a small group of gay activists travel from London to rural South Wales on a mission to lend their support to a beleaguered village during the town’s miners’ strike, a struggle they do not see as so different... view more

Labour: Still the Enemy Within

  • Feb 5 (2015) @ 7pm
Owen Gower’s documentary about the striking miners of 1984 and 85 is as gripping as any thriller. Thirty years on, the strike looks like a civil war that turned into a siege, during which the insurgents were starved into submission... view more
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