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Justin Kong | If the labour movement in Canada is to remain relevant and keep its ability to push progressive politics it needs to take organizing and supporting immigrant workers much more seriously.
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Sophia Reuss | #StatusNow actions during Parliament's review of the TFWP will demand reforms that grant temporary foreign workers mobility, voice and equality.
Columnists
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.
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Kendra Strauss | Jason Kenney's changes do not address any of the problems with the TFWP. He might claim to be putting Canadian workers first, but he is hardly playing fair with Canadian immigration policy.
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No One Is Illegal | Last Thursday, Jason Kenney announced a moratorium on new and pending permits of migrant workers in the fast food and restaurant sector. This is a mass deportation order.
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Jim Stanford | Labour advocates and immigration agencies have warned for years about deep flaws in Canada's rapidly growing migrant labour program.
Podcast
Robyn Maynard | No One Is Illegal Radio lends a focus to local struggles against deportations, on movements against police killings, and organizing for rights for temporary workers and workers in temp agencies.