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GOODWIN'S WAY
Film Review

By Lorene Oikawa
Labour organizer and martyr Ginger Goodwin was a persuasive speaker who practised by talking to tree stumps in the woods. In Neil Vokey's film Goodwin's Way, Goodwin's legacy lives on in the streets of Cumberland, BC.
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By Nancy Knickerbocker
When Linda Shuto started teaching in Burnaby in 1969 she never imagined she'd become a leading champion of women's rights within the BC Teachers' Federation. It started with a simple decision to ignore the rule that said women teachers had to wear skirts.

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