Most media organizations have a "business" section, which is usually redundant given how corporate media covers business and labour issues. The Globe and Mail declared, "The postal workers have been acting against their own interests by holding rotating strikes." CTV ran this G & M headline: "Hate the Air Canada strike? Write them a letter. Oh, wait." The Toronto Star went with "Canada Post: Thank the union for the lockout," the list goes on.
At rabble.ca we have a labour section  to collect our many labour stories in one easy-to-find location. In this section and all over rabble.ca you will find stories about working people and the issues facing the labour movement. Recent stories include: 
-- As labour fights multiply, so too will the victories  by Morna Ballantyne
-- Students support the postal workers' strike by Students for Posties
-- Looming strike at Air Canada reflects a larger tension in Canadian economy  by Ken Lewenza
-- Air Canada bargaining and the fight for middle class jobs by Jim Stanford
-- Our challenge and cause: Supporting the postal workers  by Murray Dobbin
-- How the NDP gave Canada's unions a new opportunity to organize by Fred Wilson
-- Delivering the mail and the crazy: The attack on unions and the attack on sense  by Stephen Benedetti and Matthew Adams
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