|Activist Toolkit | Cross-Canada organization to combat racism and fight for migrant justice|
|Blog Karen Hamilton, Krista Johnston | Winnipeg has an important leadership role to play by making our city a truly welcoming community for all residents, regardless of immigration status.|
Foreign workers should be eligible to apply for permanent residence prior to or upon arrival to CanadaConnie Sorio, Tess Agustin | On Thanksgiving we gather with family and friends and often we acknowledge the delicious bounty that's before us. But what about the temporary foreign workers who tend to and harvest this food?
|Blog Sara Eftekhar | On January 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order prohibiting travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S following through with his promise of banning Muslims.|
Harvesting freedom and sowing resistance: Migrant workers in Canada demand permanent immigration statusBinish Ahmed, Navjeet Sidhu | A historic caravan of migrant agricultural workers undertook a 1,500-kilometre journey to Ottawa to rally for permanent immigration status.
|Blog Lynne Fernandez, Nicole Smith | The Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program's 50th anniversary is evidence that this temporary Band-Aid for Canada's agricultural industry has become a permanent element in maintaining the industry.|
|News Sophia Reuss | #StatusNow actions during Parliament's review of the TFWP will demand reforms that grant temporary foreign workers mobility, voice and equality.|
|Blog Sarah Zell, Diwa Marcelino | The Harper government's new four-and-four rule does little to address inherent problems with the TFWP and may in fact exacerbate the vulnerabilities of an already vulnerable workforce.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Daniel Tseghay and Daniel Wexel talk about a recent victory in a campaign to make public transit a space of safety rather than fear for undocumented migrants in Vancouver.|
|Columnists Harsha Walia | The coroner's inquest into Lucia Vega Jimenez's death that begins today may expose some horrifying details about migrant detention, but it will not restore Lucia's humanity and her right to be free.|
'Your history is standing straight up': Survivors' Totem Pole to be raised in Vancouver's Downtown EastsideMichael Stewart | The Sacred Circle Society will erect a "Survivors' Totem Pole" in an as-yet unannounced site somewhere in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside to celebrate the many victims of Canada's colonial violence.
|Blog No One Is Illegal | Bill C-24 makes citizenship, already out of the reach for most migrants, much harder to get and much easier to be taken away at the discretion of immigration officials.|
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