Gordon Hak has published two books on the history of the forest industry. Unions and left-wing politics were important in these studies, and expanding the focus resulted in The Left in British Columbia. Gordon has taught for many years at Vancouver Island University, formerly Malaspina University-College, in Nanaimo. He lives with his wife Joanne in Victoria.
In 1992 the government of Canada declared October to be Women's History Month to give Canadians an opportunity to pay tribute and learn more about the contributions of women to Canadian society. This year's theme is Canadian Women Pioneers: Inspiring change through ongoing leadership ... Read more
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