Podcast
Andrew Cash, co-founder of the Urban Worker Project
Victoria Fenner | Andrew Cash, musician and co-founder of the Urban Worker Project takes a break between soundchecks to share thoughts about what's needed to make precarious work less precarious.
Columnists
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Linda McQuaig | The franchise system in Ontario makes it incredibly difficult for workers to join organized labour.
Blog
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Maya Bhullar | Four ways support workers continue to fight for $15
News
The vote result at Queen's Park on Bill 148 on November 22. Photo: BrynneSinclairWaters/Twitter
Meagan Gillmore | The law changes the Employment Standards Act (ESA) and Labour Relations Act (LRA) to include increases to the minimum wage, expanded emergency leave for all workers, changes to scheduling, and more.
News
Alex Hunsberger | The defeat of Tim Hudak in the Ontario election was one battle. Now the second battle we're facing is a scandal-plagued Liberal government and a "progressive" budget.
Blog
Michael Laxer | The fact is that four months remain to force municipal candidates in Toronto and Ontario to stop passing the buck and to stand up for living wages and for $15 now.
News
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Denise Martins | How can the labour movement unite and broaden its reach? The Ontario Common Front, a project of the OFL, might be part of the answer to this question.
News
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H.G. Watson | There is a race to the bottom with the low-wage agenda, which involves pitting workers against each other. We need to challenge this and look to how we have connections not divisions.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Sonia Singh and Anthony Tambureno talk about the province-wide struggle to increase the minimum wage in Ontario to a living wage of $14/hour.
Blog
John Bonnar | An increase to $14 an hour would push minimum-wage workers to 10 per cent above the poverty line.
Blog
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Michael Laxer | The question, in the end, is how many people in Ontario have to be working for poverty wages before any political party or MPP making over $100,000 a year cares?
Blog
Michael Laxer | The minimum wage and social assistance rates are a basic and fundamental part of the struggle for women's equality.