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Scott Neigh | Justin Kong of the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter talks about organizing with workers in Chinese grocery stores, and about doing so in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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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.
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Victoria Fenner | Kate Story, co-organizer of the Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival, talks to Victoria Fenner about what precarious workers can learn from artists
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Scott Neigh | Jessica Chen and Jermaul Newell talk about organizing at York University to raise the minimum wage and improve employment standards.
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Scott Neigh | Deena Ladd and Winnie Mah talk about the Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign.
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Randy Robinson | The government of Ontario says it wants to help workers in precarious jobs. It overlooks an important fact, however: for a growing number of precarious workers, government itself is the employer.
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Ella Bedard | Invisible No More is the latest campaign from SEIU fighting for rights for cleaning staff. They are asking for $15 an hour and some basic labour standard guarantees.
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Ella Bedard | All the news that's fit to post on one of the fastest growing workforces in Canada.
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Ella Bedard | What we can learn about precarious organizing from a Toronto fitness instructors' union drive.
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Ella Bedard | Precarious work is a trend that's all the rage these days. Davenport MP Andrew Cash is calling for a national strategy for urban workers.
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Angella MacEwen | The Ontario government has launched a review of their labour laws, and the Toronto Workers' Action Centre took this opportunity to make 47 concrete recommendations to improve legislative protections.
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Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite | Toronto's Workers' Action Centre has released a new report, Still Living on the Edge: Building Decent Jobs from the Ground Up, which addresses issues facing Ontario's workers.