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Duncan Cameron | The work of economic thinker and political activist Karl Marx, born 200 years ago on May 5, 1818, continues to inspire contemporary seekers of justice for working people.
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Brent Patterson | As much as the Harper government wants to position itself as "able fiscal managers," it is not delivering an economy that offers secure employment.
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Erin Wunker | So many contract academic faculty take up post-secondary education as a vocation -- but what is the emotional cost when the politics of austerity extracts its price?
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Erin Wunker | Erin Wunker in the first of a two-part series on the contract labour crisis brewing in post-secondary education. And how to fight it.
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Rick Salutin | Policies like TFW aren't confined to specific places like Canada or particular moments. They're part of extended historical conflicts over power between forces like capital and labour.
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Duncan Cameron | Canada is not short of workers: it is short of employers prepared to pay decent wages for difficult, demanding work. For business, labour is a cost of production to be kept low.
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Michael Stewart | An underground city usually refers to evocative catacombs or a subterranean shopping mall. In Vancouver, it has a very different meaning: a depressing epidemic of basement apartments.