Columnists
Hennessy's Index | In 1894, Canada's federal government officially declared the first Monday of September Labour Day, a national holiday.
Blog
David Bush | As the Canadian labour movement stumbles from defeat to defeat in this crisis period it is worth asking why this is the case.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | All key social issues today relate to challenging corporate wealth and power. It's hard to imagine mounting any real challenge without an economic counterforce, which is what unions are.
Podcast
This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week. We bring you news you won’t hear anywhere else.
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | To help build a worldwide common front against capitalism, war and the increasing marginalization of workers, residents of Guelph, Ontario rallied in front of City Hall to pay our respects on May Day!
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | Contributing to building a worldwide common front against the increasing marginalization of workers, residents of Guelph, Ontario rallied in front of City Hall to pay our respects on May Day!
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | In honor of May Day and in the spirit of solidarity and celebration of the international labour movement, chanting and sign-waving fellow workers recently rallied in front of City Hall in Guelph, ON.
Blog
David Bush | On March 27 of this year, two workers were fired from a local Halifax café. They were actively trying to organize a union in their workplace.
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Lori Theresa Waller | A recap of this week's top labour stories. Corporations hoard savings from tax cuts rather than creating jobs, a bad week for retail workers, unionization attempt by prison inmates blocked, and more.
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Lori Theresa Waller | Criticism of the Harper government's restrictive new rules for employment insurance recipients grew this week. Our labour reporter rounds up this and other top labour stories from the week.
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Lori Theresa Waller | A recap of this week's top labour stories. Unions rally behind Spence, investigation launched into Alberta rail worker accident, Ontario imposes contract on teachers, and more
Columnists
Jim Stanford | I had a good old-fashioned knock-em-down drag-em-out debate with Ian Lee from Carleton University on CBC's Power and Politics about Bill C-377.