Podcast
Redeye
Peter Driftmier | Some long overdue wages have finally been paid to 57 tree planters, more than a year after they were found living in squalid conditions in B.C.
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MaryCarl Guiao | Dobbs' ultra right-wing views were regularly showcased on CNN, fueling the movement to scapegoat immigrants. He criticizes "illegal" employers, but, wait! Macdonald has uncovered he is one.
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Migrant Matters Radio | The abuses inherent in (forced) migration with a spotlight on Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program. The importance of working in solidarity with racialized working-class (im)migrant communities here.
Podcast
MaryCarl Guiao | Does Canada really foster a nurturing society where everyone is equal? Hear the perspective of people working here without full rights.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | Redeye speaks to the lawyer for fifty workers who have launched a class action lawsuit against the owners of the B.C. locations of the Denny's restaurant chain.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | Monday April 4, 2011 in Toronto: Up Against the Temp Shop: May Day Assembly on Immigrant Rights with Ai-Jen Poo (Domestic Workers' Alliance, USA), Lee Maracle, David McNally and Farrah Miranda.
Blog
Judy Rebick | The history of International Women's Day started as a way to bring the struggles of working-class women into the mainstream. Let's continue that tradition.
Podcast
MaryCarl Guiao | Everyday throughout the growing and harvest seasons, non-citizen people put in day-long exhausting labour so that Canadians can eat at convenience and inexpensively.
News
Justicia for Migrant Workers | Migrant farm workers stage wildcat strike to demand thousands of dollars in unpaid wages. Employer responds with deportation.
Blog
John Bonnar | UFCW Canada announced Thursday that it will be awarding five scholarships for children, grandchildren, sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews of Migrant Workers in Canada.
Podcast
Jiselle Hanna and Clancy Moore | Michel See, chairperson of the Migrants Trade Union, Korea, speaks about the upcoming G20 summit in Seoul.
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Migrant Matters Radio | Who's let in? Who's left out? And why? Does the Canadian government care about how migrants live or just how much they can work?