For 40 years, Our Times has been the heartbeat of the Canadian labour movement, publishing workers’ stories and celebrating the movement’s victories, while challenging us to think about doing things in different ways.
Lorraine Endicott worked at Our Times for 38 years, beginning as a writer and a receptionist for Our Times’ print shop in Toronto, before becoming managing editor, working from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. It takes a village to keep an independent labour magazine like Our Times alive and thriving. Together with her co-editor of many years, Antje Meyer-Erlach, and Haseena Manek, the magazine's Online Community and Outreach Coordinator -- and with the dedicated help of many others as well -- Lorraine ensured Our Times remained a vital voice in Canadian labour publishing.
Recently retired, she’s compiled a short but fascinating slideshow presentation about her days at Our Times, leaving lots of room for questions and answers about the past, present and future of Canada's beloved labour magazine.
Join our Zoom meeting on Tuesday.
Visit Our Times' website for more information about the magazine.
A storytelling workshop series for racialized immigrant Women from CultureLink’s Anti-Racism Action Program. Racialized immigrant women age 40 and over engage in personal narrative, storytelling and/or drama. We welcome women from Afghanistan, African countries, Caribbean countries, China, Philippines, South Asian countries, Syria, and Tibet. The participants may have conventional refugee, permanent resident, landed immigrant or Canadian Citizen status.