Griffin, Harold "Hal"

GRIFFIN, Harold "Hal," labour journalist (b 1912, London, England; d 1998, Vancouver). He began his career on Fleet Street and moved to Canada during the Depression. He joined the Communist Party and spent his life reporting for the political left. A longtime editor of the UNITED FISHERMEN AND ALLIED WORKERS' UNION newspaper The Fisherman (1966–78), he wrote 4 books, including BC: A People's Early History (1958), A Ripple, A Wave (1974), a labour history of the BC FISHING industry and Radical...

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