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Podcast
Jan 29, 2016

Organizing a precarious world

rabble radio
A look at the world of precarious work and some creative organizing models for workers.
Blog
Oct 13, 2015
Photo: Bekah/flickr

Programs for activists: Education for social change

Bonnie Burstow
Interested in social activism education? Whether it be in social work or any other field associated with activism, there is a plethora of Canadian programs you can apply to -- and the time is now!
Podcast
Apr 22, 2015

Quebec students on strike against austerity

Redeye
Scenes of Montreal streets filled with striking students are reminiscent of the 2012 campaign against tuition hikes. This time, students are protesting a harsh province-wide austerity program.
Blog
Nov 4, 2014

From shame to determination: Why we'll be at COP 20

Brenna Owen
As Canadian youth we feel ashamed by Canada's record on climate, but we also feel determined to pressure our government to take real action, and that's exactly what we'll do at COP 20 in Lima, Peru.
Blog
Jun 20, 2014
Photo: BBC World Service/flickr

Wanted: Big ideas to tackle youth unemployment

Kayle Hatt
The Parliamentary Finance Committee has been researching youth unemployment. Missing in their new report are big ideas to actually tackle the problem of youth unemployment.
Blog
May 29, 2014

Stand in solidarity with B.C. teachers

Leila Darwish
The Council of Canadians BC-Yukon supports B.C. teachers who are standing up to the Christy Clark government to protect quality education for students and fair working conditions for teachers.

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