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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: Dominion workers won more full-time jobs, but new bargaining strategies needed. The pandemic's effect on women teachers. And more.
Dominion workers on strike. Image: Contributed photo
Chelsea Nash | Widespread public support for grocery workers is making this strike much different from previous ones, say the workers.
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Chelsea Nash | This will be the second strike vote for Canadian grocery workers in recent weeks after retailers took away the $2-an-hour pandemic pay premiums.
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Dennis Gruending | The elderly, long-term care workers, grocery store clerks and migrant farm workers in Canada are among those who have experienced the harshest injustices during the pandemic.
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Chelsea Nash | Unions across the country intend to leverage current broad public support for grocery store workers to lobby for permanent wage increases.
An Ontario Loblaws store. Image: Chelsea Nash/rabble.ca
Chelsea Nash | Canadian grocery store workers and their unions are concerned about the looming prospect of their temporary wage increase coming to an end.
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Lewis Rifkind | The Yukon Premier popped into a local supermarket, called a territorial election, denounced carbon taxes and kept very quiet on future fossil fuel development.
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Armine Yalnizyan | As Target Canada tumbled into bankruptcy, Loblaw announced that its fourth-quarter profits more than doubled. What can be learned from this tale of two retailers?