Homer Stevens: The Fighter in the Fishery e-Book
Charismatic, courageous, deeply principled, Homer Stevens was an extraordinary Canadian. For decades, he was the dominant figure in the United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union, a man who would go to jail for a year rather than betray his union principles, a man whose leadership in unionizing the Nova Scotia fishery brought the provincial economy to the verge of a general strike and permanently transformed the province.
In 1971, when Silver Donald Cameron was researching The Education of Everett Richardson: The Story of the Nova Scotia Fishermen's Strike, he published an extended magazine profile of Stevens.The profile was later included in Cameron's 1978 collection, Seasons in the Rain, now long out of print. The re-issue of Everett Richardson in 2019 prompted Cameron to publish the profile separately, as a short e-book.
Ebook format only, $.99