The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre aims to preserve, honour and promote the culture and history of all working people. But we also hope to learn from the past towards challenging the future – for future generations. The contributions of working people – not only in Canadian history but worldwide – are showcased in art, exhibits, and performances at our Centre. We are also home to a number of programs for youth including school break camps, a school visits program, family programming and a youth council.
Below is a collection of data which was either self-reported by the artist or organization, or researched through publicly available information sources.
Adults, Children, People with disabilities, Youth, Seniors