Unbreakable: The Spirit of the Strike is a collaborative project featuring content from the University of Manitoba Libraries, the City of Winnipeg Archives, the University of Winnipeg Archives, the University of Calgary Archives and Special Collections, the Winnipeg Police Museum, and the Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada. The University of Manitoba Libraries wishes to thank these institutions for providing content for this project including digitized photographs, textual records, and sound recordings, as well as for providing resources and finding aids to facilitate further research. We would further acknowledge the assistance of the City of Winnipeg Archives and the Association for Manitoba Archives for their assistance in developing the narrative and providing input on the project.
The project was brought to fruition through the work of many individuals. We would like to thank:
The University of Manitoba Libraries, particularly:
- Lisa O’Hara, Les Moor, and Jordan Bass for supporting the project;
- Research Services and Digital Strategies, particularly Seon Young Min for designing this website and Natalie Vielfaure for contributing to the development of the narrative;
- Archives & Special Collections, particularly Lewis St. George Stubbs and Nicole Courrier, for providing assistance with research requests;
- Michelle Micuda for her work on the promotional content; and
- Libraries Systems, particularly Wei Xuan and Wade McMunn for their technical assistance.
The City of Winnipeg Archives, particularly Jarad Buckwold, for digitizing content, assisting with research, and contributing to the development of the narrative, and Sarah Ramsden, for supporting the project.
The Association for Manitoba Archives (AMA) for their support of the project, as well as the work of the AMA’s Digital Initiatives Committee for developing the narrative and content. We would also like to thank AMA institutional members who provided research resources for the website.
The University of Winnipeg Archives for their support of the project, particularly Brett Lougheed and Daniel Matthes, for assisting with research requests, and Jude Romualdo for digitizing content.
The Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada, particularly Andrew Morrison, for their assistance in developing the resources listing.
The Winnipeg Police Museum, particularly Randy James, for providing digitized content relating to the Winnipeg Police Department during the Strike.
The University of Calgary Archives and Special Collections, particularly Regina Landwehr and Kathryn Ruddock, for assisting with research questions and providing digitized content.