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Meagan Gillmore | Ontario introduced changes to the Employment Standards Act (ESA) and Labour Relations Act (LRA) on June 1. The proposed changes to labour laws are good, but they won't benefit everyone.
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Meagan Gillmore | Ontario's Changing Workplaces Review doesn't do enough to recommend protections for the collective rights of workers in the reality TV industry, the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) says.
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Meagan Gillmore | Workers in reality TV often work in unsafe and unhealthy environments, contributing to professional and personal drama that can rival the action on the shows they create. And, for now, it's legal.
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rabble staff | In less than a month, over 1400 people have signed forms refusing permission to be filmed at border crossings by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or its private film crew partners.
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Redeye Collective | On March 13, Canada Border Services agents brought a TV crew with them when they raided a construction site in Vancouver and arrested several undocumented workers.
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Derrick O'Keefe | Even before this weekend's revelations about Toews' involvement, outrage and concern was widespread and mounting.
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Tania Ehret | Like the Roman Empire preserving its power with the crude entertainment of gladiators, reality TV's emotional gladiators offer an escape from our anxiety amidst a crumbling financial system.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | The woman gunning for Sen. Harry Reid's job doesn't believe that autism exists. Yes, you heard right.
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UWO Journalism Students | This episode - bloggers and publication bans....bloggers to robots. Should journalists worry? And what about reality TV? Is it really real? And more importantly, is it journalism?