Elizabeth Quinlan wants to hear from people who lived through the 3-month strike
A professor of social studies in Saskatchewan is putting a call-out for stories from people who remember the Inco strike of 1958.
The strike involved 17,000 workers who were part of Mine Mill — then, one of the largest unions in Canada — who were pitted against Inco, a powerful company supplying 90 per cent of the world’s nickel.
Elizabeth Quinlan from the University of Saskatchewan is writing a book about the historic event and is looking for anyone who has memories of being affected by the strike. Continue Reading →