On May 26 2020, in our latest episode in the COVID-19 webinar series, we explore the potential of making Canada a more equitable place. With provinces reopening their economies, we're asking what the next steps are for progressive movements. How will what we do now have an impact on the future? What about ideas like the universal basic income, or the Green New Deal? And what will this mean for workers?
Listen in to the podcast from this webinar here.
Sheila Block, senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare Toronto
Karl Nerenberg, rabble's parliamentary reporter in Ottawa
Leah Gazan, member of Parliament for Winnipeg Centre
Libby Davies, former NDP deputy leader and author of Outside In: A Political Memoir
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