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Armine Yalnizyan | The care economy could power a better life, not just a bigger economy, if we address issues revealed by the pandemic.
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Naomi Lightman, Ted McCoy | When labour is feminized, it is structurally undervalued and even delegitimized. The COVID-19 crisis further exposes the ways that this process puts workers in harm's way.
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Erika Shaker | There is no national system of public, universally accessible child care in Canada. Here's what that has meant for thousands of families, by the numbers.
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Kellia Ramares-Watson | The new social wealth economic indicators show the connection between the status of women and the health of a nation's economy.
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Scott Neigh | Noah Eidelman talks about the Montreal Childcare Collective's efforts to make care work integral to how radical organizing happens in Montreal.