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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Dec 19, 2013
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The top five labour stories in 2013

H.G. Watson
From the Canadian Senate to Bangladesh and back to Canadian retailers, the labour movement made headlines. H.G. Watson covered it all for rabble.ca. Here are her top five for 2013.
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Dec 11, 2013
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You say Leamington, I say worker co-op!

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The recent announcement that the Leamington Heinz factory will be closing next year prompts the question 'Well, can the workers form a co-op or stage a worker takeover of the factory?'
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Dec 4, 2013
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Union women work to shatter labour's glass ceiling

H.G. Watson
Women in Canada's labour movement are rising in numbers, however, leadership positions still disproportionally elude women and union women still face the same barriers in the workplace.
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Nov 29, 2013

What happened at this week's OFL convention?

H.G. Watson
Over the last week labour leaders from across Ontario and Canada gathered in Toronto to talk about the growing threat to workers rights, at the Ontario Federation of Labour convention.

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