An exploration of the impact the media had on the most influential strike in Canadian history.
A strike gripped Winnipeg from May 15 to June 26, 1919. Some twenty-five thousand workers walked out, demanding better wages and union recognition.
Author: Michael Dupuis
Publisher: History Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.90h x 5.90w x 0.50d
About the Author
Michael Dupuis is a retired history teacher and writer. His writing concentrates on the role of journalists in historical events, including the Winnipeg General Strike, the Titanic disaster, the Halifax Explosion, the On to Ottawa Trek, and the Regina Riot. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.