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Marc Belanger, Derek Blackadder, C. Marie Ainsborough | RadioLabour Canada Report: CUPW wants Canada Post to provide banking services.
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Ed Finn | The callous mistreatment of working people was not only condoned, but even extolled -- and not just by the business establishment.
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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.
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Trish Hennessy | On October 1, the 800,000-plus workers who earn the minimum wage in Ontario received a raise, but don't celebrate too quickly: it went up by a mere 15 cents an hour.
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Molly McCracken | Unless immediate action is taken, 2016 will be the first time in a generation that minimum wage workers will see their wages stagnate, resulting in fewer earnings for basics like food and shelter.
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Stephen Kimber | Bobby Smith, majority owner of the Halifax Mooseheads, wasn't available to talk about government changes to labour laws exempting his team from paying its players minimum wage.
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Stephen Kimber | How do you fairly determine how much elected officials should be paid? The short answer -- as evidenced by last week's emotional, confrontational three-hour city council debate -- is you can't.
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Trish Hennessy | It was heartwarming to listen to the majority of Cambridge city councillors overwhelmingly support the motion to become a living wage at the supporter level, for all the right reasons.
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Tom Cooper | The living wage isn't a cure-all, but across the globe it is one important way in which progressive employers and communities can help stem the tide of low-wage work.
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Angella MacEwen | Wednesday, April 15 is a global day of action on a $15 minimum wage and decent work. Actions are happening across the U.S., and in B.C., Ontario, and Nova Scotia.
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Kate McInturff | If private sector compensation looked more like public sector compensation, the gender wage gap would narrow, discrimination would diminish, and CEOs would take a pay cut.
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Seth Klein | The claim that minimum wage increases will kill jobs is old and tired, and has been firmly refuted. Minimum wages do matter to poverty reduction.