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David J. Climenhaga | Labour Day 2016: Things sure don't seem as dire now as they did at this time only a year ago, do they?
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Mary Shortall, Jim Dinn and Sara Langer talk about the new Common Front in Newfoundland and Labrador that is fighting the province's austerity agenda.
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Teuila Fuatai | Canada's Supreme Court ruling in favour of fired nuclear energy worker Joseph Wilson has been rightly revered. But, it's being celebrated for essentially ensuring the law was followed.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Craig Heron talks about his book "Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers' City" and about the relevance of history to movements today.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Former MP Andrew Cash talks about a new organization for contract, freelance and micro-self-employed workers.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Deena Ladd and Winnie Mah talk about the Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Andrew Nellis talks about the Street Labourers of Windsor, a union for panhandlers, buskers, and others who work on the street.
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Nora Loreto | Now that the dust has settled from the election, labour activists must figure out how to resist the TPP.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | Did the median voter's views on economic issues change during the 2015 federal campaign? Or did the parties just carve up that terrain differently?
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Mia Sopapilla and Jordan House talk about the Working For Each Other, Working For Ourselves summit for radical worker-organizers in service-related jobs.
News
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Irene Lanzinger | The labour movement has been at the forefront of improving the lives of working people for more than a century. And we will continue that fight.
News
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Karl Nerenberg | Stephen Harper has long been against any expansion of the mandatory CPP/QPP system. Until a few days ago he even opposed allowing increased voluntary contributions. But now there's an election coming.