Photo by Daisy Wu
Images of various different workers on an organe background. Text at the top reads "Unions Make Work Better." In the distance, a crowd of strikers are seen in black and white. They hold signs that read "United we stand," "We asked for bread and recieved a stone," "One for all, all-for one," and "We fight for the right to a living wage."
Artist(s): Charlie Johnston

A Century of Solidarity

Completed: 2020

Winner of Winnipeg’s mural of the year 2020, this mural displays the history of the labour movement in Manitoba. It measures a total of 9,200 square feet, displaying images of various moments throughout our labour history. Including imagery from before the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike to during, then to the impact that it has had on contemporary working class citizens. To read a walk through of the characters and imagery within this mural, see click here .

Sponsored by Union Centre, Manitoba Federation of Labour, and Take Pride Winnipeg!

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 275 Broadway Winnipeg MB R3C 4M6 Get Directions