Alberta Labour Minister Jason Copping addressing yesterday's "embargoed news conference" as "red tape reduction minister" Grant Hunter looks on. Image: Screenshot of Alberta Government video
David J. Climenhaga | Bill 32 has nothing to do with restoring balance in Alberta's workplaces. It's a wholesale effort to hamstring unions.
 Image: Flickr/OFL Communications Department
Ed Finn | The callous mistreatment of working people was not only condoned, but even extolled -- and not just by the business establishment.
Three children operating rocker at a gold mine on Dominion Creek, Yukon Territory. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Eric A. Hegg Photographs
Ed Finn | Corporate-decreed barbarism and inequality is already rampant in many developing countries, and even in some developed ones. Including Canada.
Image: Flickr/James Tworow
Nora Loreto | The NDP's Bill 6 came into force on January 1, 2016. It brings Alberta closer in line with Canadian and international standards.
Retiree Matters, Pat Kerwin | While the horrors of 19th-century coal mining are behind us, today we face similar challenges and examples of labour struggles. And we face the same voices telling us we can't improve things.
Helesia Luke | Christy Clark displays a betrays a narrow, middle-class, perspective that imagines child labour is about 'pocket money' and 'learning responsibility.'
Adrian Dix, B.C. NDP leader. (Photo: taminator / Flickr)
Derrick O'Keefe | For Christy Clark, it looks like it's all over except for the voting. Activists in this province have a big role to play in putting some fundamental issues in the spotlight.
Peter Goffin | In 2003, sweeping changes were made to British Columbia’s Employment Standards Act, leaving young workers at even greater risk of injury than their older coworkers.
rabbleTV | Toronto-based activist singer Amai Kuda is releasing her first CD on October 7, 2011, the self-produced album called "Sand from the Sea."
Clancy Moore & Pier Moro | Labour stories from India, China and Vietnam. Interview with Rajeev Sharma, BWI, about construction workers involved with the Commonwealth Games, Child Labour and Economic Growth and Inequality