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These workers were fired after they claimed their workplace was unsafe

In 2014, there were over 50,000 serious injuries in British Columbia. Yet very few workers refuse unsafe work. Now we know why.

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Resistance to indefinite immigration detention amps up as 18-day hunger strike ends

Resistance against indefinite detention amps up as massive solidarity action planned for October and groups continue to pressure Minister Goodale.

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Exploitation of vulnerable workers heightend by poorly regulated employment standards

A new report on the changing workplace standards in Ontario has focused on the many exploitations facing vulnerable workers.

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Here's what the Trudeau government's national inquiry needs to address

Pam Palmater's primary concern is the lack of specificity around racialized and sexualized police violence committed upon Indigenous women and how police racism and misogyny impacts decisions.

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Support for Black Lives Matter movement intertwined at Vancouver Dyke March

On Saturday LGBTQ communities and their allies marched in Vancouver with Black Lives Matter Vancouver as grand marshall.

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Sexist prank reveals larger problem in Canada today

CTV Vancouver reporter Sarah MacDonald was the target of a degrading sexist prank that is indicative of a larger problem in Canada.

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No sanctuary for migrants in Hamilton's sanctuary city

In order for sanctuary cities to provide for migrants, the cities must have political will.

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Toronto Burlesque Festival shines spotlight on current issues

Laura Brightwell interviews Executive Director of Programming Coco Framboise about why she thinks burlesque is such a lightning rod for political opinion.

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It's either the oil economy or a clean economy: What's it going to be?

We can either support the perpetually spilling pipelines of the oil economy or we can support the transition to a new economy based on expanding green jobs and respecting Indigenous rights.

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Migrant hunger strike continues, concerns for health increase

Over 50 immigration detainees are on hunger strike in two facilities to demand an end to indefinite detention.

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