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Anxiety: Is it defining our society?

Photo: Chris Brown/flickr
What is it like to work in the age of anxiety. Does this anxiety affect our focus, courage and ability?

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Work in the age of anxiety

Photo: Chris Brown/flickr

Working Canadians, from blue-collar workers to middle-class professionals to those who flip hamburgers, are facing the worst economy insecurity, most stressful working conditions, slowest increases in real income and most cynical anti-worker governments since the 1930s. At the same time, the 1% and the powerful corporations that make them rich have not been so privileged in terms of wealth, income and political power since the pre-crash 1920s.

| September 19, 2014
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What do you think the people of New Brunswick should consider as they cast their ballots?

The New Brunswick provincial election is on Monday, and there are many issues at play!

What do you think the people of New Brunswick should consider as they cast their ballots?

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| September 24, 2014
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| September 17, 2014
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What would you undo from Harper's disastrous re-making of Canada?

It seems there is a jangling disconnect between what Canadians say they believe in and the values Stephen Harper has enshrined in Canada's laws and practices since his party won majority.

What would you undo from Harper's disastrous re-making of Canada?

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| September 11, 2014
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