Editor's Note/Note de directeur
- "Farm Households and Wage Labour in the Northeastern Maritimes in the Early 19th Century"
- Rusty Bittermann
- "Defending "The Art Preservative": Class and Gender Relations in the Printing Trades Union, 1850-1914"
- Christina Burr
- "From Subordinate Partners to Dependent Employees: State Regulation of Public School Teachers in Nineteenth-Century British Columbia"
- Terry Wotherspoon
- "Women and Income Security in the Post-War Period: The Case of Unemployment Insurance, 1945-1962"
- Ann Porter
- "The Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN), the Idea of Independence, and the Sovereigntist Movement, 1960-1980"
- Ralph Peter Güntzel
Research Reports/Notes de Recherche
- Master and Servant in England and the Empire: A Comparative Study
- Douglas Hay and Paul Craven
- Transitions et précarité de l'emploi
- Guy Fréchet
- Government Internment Policy, 1939-1945
- John Stanton
- "The American Blindspot": Reconstruction According to Eric Foner and W.E.B. Dubois
- Noel Ignatiev
With Our Own Hands: Margaret Fairley and the "Real Makers" of Canada
- David Kimmel and Gregory S. Kealey
Teaching Labour History/L'Enseignement de L'Histoire des Travailleurs et des Travailleuses
- Who Is Listening? Teaching Labour History to People Who Don't Want To Learn It
- Karen Dubinsky
- Teaching Labour History
- David Frank
- H.C. Pentland and Continuing Education at the University of Manitoba: Teaching Labour History to Trade Unionists
- Gerald Friesen
Review Essays/Notes Critiques
- Building the History of Working-Class America
- Betsy Blackmar
- "Fort Frick" and the Amalgamated: The Homestead Lockout of 1892 in Historical Perspective
- John N. Ingham
- A Property-Owning Democracy? Home Ownership and the Working Class in Canada
- Sean Purdy
- Ukrainian Canadians, 100 Years Later
- Myron Momryk