The Pull of the Net Series: Working Together

Dates

Jun 15

Times

2-3:30pm

Location

Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, Fourth Avenue, Richmond, BC, Canada Event Website

How immigration shaped the local fishing industry The fishing industry attracted many people from around the world to the coast of British Columbia. Along the Lower Fraser with its concentration of canneries, the cultural diversity was especially influential historically. Richmond City Councillor Harold Steves and local historian Bud Sakamoto will discuss how the cultural diversity in the labour force shaped the local industry regarding fishing methods, innovations, and labour organizing.

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City of Richmond GeoTour – Canada 150 Series Richmond BC

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ArtRich 2017 Richmond Art Gallery

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Artrich 2017 Opening Reception Richmond Art Gallery

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The Voice of the River Performance Hall, Richmond Cultural Centre

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All Year Long

Free Regular Admission at Parks Canada Sites Gulf of Georgia Cannery

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