Labinsky, Bobby oral history interview

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ILWU Local 502

This interview is with Bobby Labinsky. Bobby Labinsky [deceased] was a retired longshoreman who first started working in 1954, and became a member in 1958. His father was Leo Labinsky, who helped establish ILWU in New Westminster and area. Bobby wanted to make money, and would work extra jobs on the side. In this interview, he talks about his family life, other workers, types of jobs he did, and his decision to go work at the Westshore terminals.

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Interview with Bobby Labinsky