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Evangel Ekine | Elections such as those recently held in Canada and Nigeria provide hope for further social change.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Most Canadians have had enough of Harper -- a prime minister interested only in benefits for his party supporters -- who put his own interest in holding office ahead of the public interest.
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Jonathan Chapnick | Twitter was raging against Tim Hortons last Thursday. According to the Ottawa Sun, for much of the day the hottest trending topic in Canada was #BoycottTims.
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Jiselle Hanna, Sam | Interview with Myles Quero from the KMU about the fire at the Kentex footwear factory where 72 workers were murdered.
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Stephen Kimber | Last week, Nova Scotia workers put a stake through the heart of the McNeil government's grand ambition to make workers pay full price for generations of political maladministration and malfeasance.
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Jiselle Hanna | An interview with Junya Lek Yimprasert, Thai labour activist, living in exile in Finland due to charges under Lese Majeste.
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Stephen Kimber | Last year, the McNeil government passed the Health Authorities Act, ostensibly (and laudably) to streamline Nova Scotia's health-care system, but also (and shabbily) to game that system.
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Jessica Prupas | Highlights from the Blogs this week
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Stephen Kimber | By this time next week, government-appointed mediator-arbitrator Jim Dorsey is expected to hand down his final report into which health-care worker should be represented by which health-care union.
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Devyn Cousineau | B.C.'s low-wage workers need a Human Rights Commission. The responsibility for fighting discrimination in the workplace cannot be theirs alone.
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Ella Bedard | After weeks in mediation, a settlement could not be reached between Nova Scotia's four health-care unions and acute care employers.
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Retiree Matters, Barbara Jones | We need to educate workers that pensions are not automatic nor do they happen by magic. Many pension plans only came about because of unionized workers walking picket lines in many strikes.