In honour of Heritage Week 2015, we have pulled together a list of new comics created by the Graphic History Collective and our friends that focus on Canadian history. Although these comics do not match up fully with this year’s theme (Main Street: At the Heart of the Community) we do feel as though there is a lot of heart and community involved.

In case you missed any of these great comics, here they are again for you:

Dreaming of What Might Be: The Knights of Labor in Canada

The Battle of Ballantyne Pier: An Injury to One is and Injury to All

Bill Williamson: Hobo, Wobbly, Communist, On to Ottawa Trekker, Spanish Civil War Veteran, Photographer (Chapter One)

An Entirely Different Kind of Labour Union: The Service, Office, and Retail Workers’ Union of Canada

The Days of Action: The Character of Class Struggle in 1990s Ontario

Kwentong Bayan: Labour-of-Love

Coal Mountain: A Graphic Re-telling of the 1935 Corbin Miners’ Strike (Chapter One)

Deadman’s Island

 

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