Podcast
Dennis Raphael - Income Inequality, The Working Poor and Social Change
Face2Face | Dennis talks about the social determinants of health, the working poor, poverty in Canada, influence, corporate power, income inequality and the power of unions and how they're all connected.
Blog
Bob Wanner
David J. Climenhaga | The NDP, to its great credit, is so far sticking to its guns and indicating it will keep its promise to raise the minimum wage.
Blog
Iglika Ivanova | After close to three years of no change, the B.C. minimum wage was overdue for an increase. But the measly raise announced this week falls far short of what is necessary.
Blog
Photo: Steve Rhodes/flickr
Christine Saulnier | At best payday lenders are predators and at worst engage in benevolent exploitation. There is a clear need to more strictly regulate and enforce regulations.
Activist Toolkit
| October 17 is a day to rally against capitalism, poverty and exploitation
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Street Messaging System will connect people in Vancouver’s downtown core with information they need to stay safe on the streets.
Blog
Photo: Wisconsin Jobs Now/flickr
Michal Rozworski | Although Canada has not seen the kind of energized and far-reaching calls and protest movements for raising the minimum wage as the U.S., the working poor in this country face similar difficulties.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | In the 1970s two locations around Winnipeg were chosen for a social assistance experiment. Everyone was provided with a living income regardless of who they were for a period of four years.