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Face2Face | "Town of Widows" co-director Natasha Luckhardt talks about the fight with General Electric and workers compensation as families seek justice for work-related illness and death of their loved ones.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, C. Marie Ainsborough | On this week's program: USW fights to stop killings, cutting overtime during a nursing shortage and the global struggle to win social justice.
Podcast
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Piergiorgio Moro | A labour activist at the Istanbul airport speaks out about the conditions facing workers and the recent events that saw hundreds of workers detained by the police.
Blog
Emma Lui | This week, Indigenous lawyer Caleb Behn, Dr. Kathleen Nolan and Emma Lui presented to members of Parliament and senators urging meaningful action from the federal government on fracking.
Blog
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Simon Enoch, Erika Shaker | On the eve of the National Day of Mourning, it's important to address in very concrete terms why unions are so important. Because they save lives.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | To call the West Fertilizer Co. explosion an accident ignores that it was preventable, and was quite possibly a crime, as is common with so many dangerous workplaces.
Blog
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Donald Gutstein, Mae Burrows | Workplace health issues need to become part of our daily consciousness. Unions can't make that happen on their own.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Of the 11 initiatives before the 2012 California electorate, one drawing perhaps the most attention is Proposition 37, on the labelling of food containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.
Podcast
John Bonnar | OPSEU's Dan Sidsworth said the ombudsman's investigation must take into account a range of ancillary issues affecting conditions that correctional officers face each day.
News
Krystalline Kraus | After yesterday's tragic events in Fort Hood, Texas, issues of mental health and the armed forces are in the spotlight. A serious look into these issues is warranted in Canada too.
News
Murray Dobbin | A year ago, the remnants of a once enormous asbestos mining industry had literally every powerful political and economic player in its corner.
News
Steven Kennedy | According to a former hospital worker, the negative effects of privatization of health care have resulted in the deterioration of cleaning services and the proliferation of infectious outbreaks.