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Megan Stacey | This week, rabble's weekly Activist Toolkit blog features campaigns and tools to counteract the consequences of corporate globalization and advocate for those who are negatively affected.
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| A site dedicated to fair treatment and justice for migrant workers.
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Michael Stewart | From Elsipogtog to Idle No More's one-year anniversary, from Thatcher to Mandela, here are the top Aboriginal and International Politics blogs of 2013.
Podcast
MaryCarl Guiao | Through an upcoming comic book, Filipinas who work as live-in caregivers tell their stories and nurture our creativity and awareness about our herstory.
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June Chua | Award-winning filmmaker Min Sook Lee's Migrant Dreams documentary project has a deep connection to her past -- her Korean parents emigrated to Canada in the early 1970s.
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Pro Bono, Laura Bowman, Tim Bailey | A number of migrant worker issues have been discussed in the media lately. However, there are different migrant worker programs in Canada, and these give rise to different legal and policy issues.
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Karl Flecker | The Conservatives have massively expanded the pipeline that brings workers from around the world who often toil for less money and endure little to no meaningful workplace protections or human rights.
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Lori Theresa Waller | A recap of the week's top labour stories: IMF behind decline of workers' rights worldwide, says report; migrant farm workers shot in Greece; Porter Airlines sues striking workers' union.
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Erika Shaker | It's not about a "skills mismatch" or a "labour shortage". It's about governments implementing public policy that facilitates and reinforces corporate greed over public benefit.
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Salimah Valiani | Canadian banks and other employers have been importing temporary migrant IT workers for various projects for some time, and they will continue to do so.
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Erin Weir | Reports of RBC outsourcing jobs to temporary foreign workers to replace existing Canadian employees should prompt a broader debate about the massive expansion of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
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A protest against RBC's investments in the tar sands.
Kevin Edmonds | The outrage is certainly understandable -- as one would think that RBC with its more than $2 billion in first quarter profits could afford to retain these workers -- but the surprise isn't.