Auxiliary locals in Eastern Canada existed in Port Colborne, Marmora, Sudbury, Timmins, Bancroft, Kirkland Lake, Ontario: Some of the women who were active in these Eastern locals were: Kay Carlin, Isabel Smaller, Ruth Reid, June Liska, Lily Johnson, Lucie Bartol, Mary Petryshen, Marie Bassoe, May Smith.
Wives and staff at gala opening of the completed Mine Mill hall, September 20, 1952. Seated (L-R): Frankie Wilson, Henrietta Jaques, Kay Carlin, Isabel Murphy, Jenny Neilsen, ——, Dorothy MacDonald, Babes Coutts, Lil King. Standing (L-R): Kay Kopinak, Isabel Smaller, Ruth Reid, Jessie Kennedy, Nancy Coombs, Leona Lalonde, Adeline Pavan, Mary Casas, Mary Bardeggia, Gail Larson, Irene Solski, June Liska, Ruth Robinson, Marie Thibault. Archives Ontario, F1280 Solski Collection. Series 10.
Sudbury Ladies’ Auxiliary Local 117 in the 1950s. “A union without the women is only half organized” – Mine Mill slogan. Seated (L-R): Betty Gunter, Selmi Laakso, June Liska, Dorothy MacDonald, Marie Thibault, Lily Johnson, Janet Kennedy, Pearl Chytuk, Ann Buda, Mary Philips, Sarah Collison, Lena Petroff. Standing (L-R): Bea Stevenson, Ruth Reid, Billie Kozman, Rita Proulx, Isabel Grant, Ann More, Agnes Gauthier, Karen Swanson, Mary Hywarren, Jennie Neilsen, Donna Hugli, Irene Solski, Muriel Quennville, Flo Johansson, Millie McQuaid, Rose Crouch, Ann Barylski. Archives Ontario, F1280 Solski Collection. Series 10.
Ladies’ Auxiliary delegates at the Eighth Annual Convention, Sudbury, February 27, 1956. Front row (L-R): Maude Deline, Marjorie Torok, Millie McQuaid, William Longridge (National secretary), Lily Johnson, Dorothy MacDonald (Chairperson, Ladies’ Auxiliaries), Lena Petroff. Back row (L-R): Frances Kowalski, Ann Mack, May Smith, Alice Petrunia, Tillie Belanger, John Clark (International president), Betty Gunther, Donna Hugli, Lucy Barthol. Archives Ontario, F1280 Solski Collection. Series 10.