Ringrose, Brian oral history interview

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ILWU Local 502
Fraser River Harbour Commission

Pair of interviews with Brian Ringrose

Brian Ringrose worked as a longshoreman on the New Westminster waterfront for over 40 years. He was heavily involved with the union, and served as President for a period of time. While president he participated with the Fraser River Harbour Commission in trade missions to promote the New Westminster port to international shippers. He thinks that these were useful trips. He also discusses the union and mechanization.

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Interview with Brian Ringrose - June 11, 2013
Interview with Brian Ringrose - June 19, 2014