H.G. Watson

H.G. Watson is a multimedia journalist currently based in Waterloo, Ontario. After a brief foray into studying law, she decided that she preferred filing stories to editors than factums to the court. Since then, she's held editorial positions at the Lance in Windsor and The Cord in Waterloo, where she's the Editor-in-Chief of the Cord Community Edition. She's also written freelance stories for a number of publications. When she's not covering the labour beat for rabble, she's reading a ton, biking around the GTA and trying to reduce her Netflix queue.

H.G. Watson
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Jan 24, 2014
Photo: flickr/jordanschulz

CUPE reverses, invites Carleton fellows to unionize

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CUPE National President Paul Moist finally delivered answers to the former residence fellows organizers from Carleton about why their campaign was stopped at the behest of CUPE's national office.
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Jan 21, 2014
Graphic: Wade Thompson

Getting exposure or getting exploited?

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In this award-winning article from March of 2013, Cord Community Edition Editor-in-Chief H.G. Watson explores the controversial topic of unpaid internships.
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Dec 30, 2013

CUPE denies membership to Carleton residence fellows

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Carleton University residence fellows were issued union cards by their campus local -- and then informed by CUPE National office that they didn't qualify for union representation.
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Dec 24, 2013

It is time for Operation Christmas Cheer

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Operation Christmas Cheer is an initiative started by Casandra Robinson in 2004 that brings a little holiday spirit to workers that are on the picket lines during the month of December.

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