Yellowknife journalists Lee Selleck and Francis Thompson spent more than four years writing Dying for Gold, the utterly compelling investigation of the 1992 Giant Mine murders. Nine men were killed in a horrific explosion in the gold mine, where aggressive strikebreaking, paramilitary policing and union militancy had combined to turn a labor dispute into an intractable conflict. Updated to include the appeal trial of Roger Warren, the man convicted of killing his co-workers.
|Paperback Book, 368 pages||English|
|HarperCollins Canada (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780006386315||5.86 x 9.01 x 1.08 inches|
|General Labor Industrial Relations|