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Maya Bhullar | Feminist recovery plan author Anjum Sultana discusses what a feminist recovery must look like to help women in Canada.
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Doreen Nicoll | The COVID-19 pandemic has placed front and centre the need for meaningful structural and financial reforms across employment sectors dominated by women and migrant workers.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, C. Marie Ainsborough, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour's Canada Report: Pandemic hits women workers in male-dominated sectors the hardest.
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Meagan Gillmore | Despite work towards gender equality, women still struggle for recognition in the workforce, and the labour movement. Two women labour leaders weigh in.
News
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Teuila Fuatai | We're not crying, you're crying! We speak with four women from the housekeeping department about their fight for unionization and what it means.
Podcast
Jiselle Hanna | Updates on workers' struggles in Asia and interview with Sineat Yon, labour activist, on the new labour law in Cambodia.
News
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Teuila Fuatai | A new collective agreement for the Toronto City public library workers is in the final steps of ratification.
Book Review
Faline Bobier | The historic battles for women's rights are well documented, so why are we still fighting the same fights? If we truly want progressive change, we need a new revolution.
Columnists
Retiree Matters, Louisette Hinton | In April, the Union Coalition for Free Negotiation held a discussion about the inequalities of retirement security for women. Louisette Hinton reports back on what women need to know.
News
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Ethel Tungohan | The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario found Presteve Foods guilty of abusing temporary foreign workers. This victory is important, but more needs to be done to change the "employer-driven" system.
Blog
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Susan Prentice, Molly McCracken | Last week hundreds of educators, academics and activists gathered in Winnipeg for a national childcare conference, united by a vision of a universal early childhood education and childcare system.
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Iglika Ivanova | A new report from the CCPA takes a closer look at childcare fees in Canada's biggest 22 cities and shows just how unaffordable child care has become everywhere outside of Quebec.