Labour/Le Travail is an academic journal which publishes articles on the labour movement in the Canada, sociology, labour economics, and employment relations. Although its focus is Canadian, the journal carries articles about the United States and other nations as well.
Labour/Le Travail is published twice a year. Each issue is about the size of a full-length book (about 350 pages).
In addition to articles, the journal publishes important documents, reports and book reviews. One issue each year contains a bibliography of articles, books and other published materials on Canadian labour studies.
Labour/Le Travail is published by the non-profit Canadian Committee on Labour History (CCLH), a subcommittee of the Canadian Historical Association. It began publishing in 1976.
- Canadian Committee on Labour History (CCLH)
- Canadian Historical Association
- Labour/Le Travail Web site
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