Alberta Legislature, Edmonton, Alberta. (Image: Jeff Wallace/Flickr)
David J. Climenhaga | If Jason Kenney and the UCP stay the course, the reasonable expectation should be that job losses in Alberta will continue to get worse.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes a skills and training announcement. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Expect to hear a lot about how the Liberal government has managed the economy so as to benefit Canadians, from now until the October 21 federal election.
Street in Calgary. Photo: Brian Burke/flickr
Nick Falvo | Too few jobs, inadequate income assistance programs, major health challenges and a lack of subsidized child care all pose barriers to employment for persons experiencing homelessness.
Former inmates have trouble finding work, whether at fast food restaurants, offices or factories. Photo: Daniel Lee/Flickr
Meagan Gillmore | In the first in a three-part series, a look at the challenges experienced by former prisoners looking for work in Canada.
Penney Kome | Automation was supposed to bring a world of leisure and abundance, not widespread unemployment.
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Angella MacEwen | Last weekend, Quebec unions and activists issued a joint statement on the appeals process in employment insurance, calling on Trudeau to review the process.
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Teuila Fuatai | Too many jobless workers are not getting the help they need through EI. Labour reporter Teuila Fuatai discusses why with Canadian Labour Congress senior economist Angella MacEwen.
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Teuila Fuatai | Qualifying for employment insurance based on your postal code is not working. Carleton University economist Frances Woolley discusses why with rabble labour reporter Teuila Fuatai.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall
Teuila Fuatai | The Liberals' extended employment insurance benefits to regions suffering higher-than-normal jobless rates have reignited a debate around the entire program. rabble's labour reporter investigates.
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Laurell Ritchie | The NDP and Liberals have both promised to repeal the Conservatives' 2012 EI changes. Can they actually do it? And where do the other parties stand?
Redeye Collective | The Conservative government's reliance on austerity and trickle-down economics has led to the most poorly performing Canadian economy since the Second World War, according to Jim Stanford.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Most provinces and territories have been taking steps to do their part. It's time the federal government did the same. Poverty reduction deserves full consideration during this year's election.