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David J. Climenhaga | In its heyday, General Motors employed about 40,000 people in Canada. Now that number is just over 8,000, and is set to fall by nearly half. The prime suspect in the ordeal? Donald Trump.
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Nick Fillmore | Journalists used to be taught to report not what people say but what they do. What's changed?
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Nora Loreto | Now that the dust has settled from the election, labour activists must figure out how to resist the TPP.
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Jim Stanford | Export Development Canada claims it will help us capture a few more crumbs from the auto industry's southward migration. Its convoluted logic highlights the contradictions of Canada's whole approach.
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Mark Rowlinson | You might have heard that the labour movement is in decline, but you might be surprised by how little the numbers have dropped.
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Jim Stanford | In light of the evidence at hand, Jason Kenney's claim that the Temporary Foreign Workers Program is essential to Canada's international trade in services should be seen as far-fetched and desperate.
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H.G. Watson | Wondering what you think about the Canada-South Korea free trade agreement? To help you decide, here are four things you can consider.
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Stuart Trew | The 2014 budget will create a Made-in-Canada branding campaign but the government is signing a trade deal with Europe that will ban Made-in-Canada policies at the provincial and municipal level.
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Jim Stanford | The present downturn of the Canadian dollar is a welcome, but overdue, reversal to a decade-long, pointless and destructive financial detour for our currency.
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Jason Russell | The recent announcement of the Kellogg factory closure in London, Ontario has spurred on questions about Canada's deindustrialization and increasing dependance on precarious employment.
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Jerry Dias | We know so little about Harper's secret CETA deal and already there's cause for concern. Will CETA really help Canadians or will it send manufacturing jobs even further abroad?
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Erin Weir | Last week, Statistics Canada released an article on changing labour market conditions for young workers since the 1980s and its monthly Labour Force Survey for June.