Podcast
Scott Neigh | Anna Liu and Patricia Chong talk about fighting racism in the labour movement, building labour presence in Asian communities, and working for social justice for all.
Columnists
Retiree Matters, Everett Baker | Behind the bucolic images of the East Coast reside working women and men. Everett Baker reflects back on some of his experiences with labour organizations in Eastern Canada.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Zoë Dodd and Peter Leslie talk about the organizing involved in the new Toronto Harm Reduction Workers Union.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | The only bright spot: this may remind voters elsewhere in Canada what happens to democracy when you let a bunch of secretive Ozberta Conservatives run things too long.
News
Photo: Amalgamated Transit Union
Ella Bedard | Transit workers reject two-tiered pension plan in Saskatchewan, refusing poverty wages.
RabbleTV
the real news network | Union activists Bill Fletcher Jr. and Sam Ginden discuss the weakening of the workers movement and what needs to happen next.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Sonia Singh and Anthony Tambureno talk about the province-wide struggle to increase the minimum wage in Ontario to a living wage of $14/hour.
Blog
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Bruce Livesey | France is at that critical juncture where it seems poised to begin tearing down its social democratic infrastructure by embracing the neoliberal playbook of austerity.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Saira Chhibber talks about her local, CUPE 1281, and about a recently ended lockout of some of its members.
Blog
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Karen Foster | Young workers: what's happening to you might be 'normal' in this economy -- the same basic one we've had for over a century, with some fun modifications -- but it sure as hell isn't right.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Scott Price talks about the history of the labour movement and feminist struggle within the labour movement in Manitoba, and about the importance of oral history for social movements.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Lead organizer Scott Jackson talks about how IAMAW District 78 -- historically a manufacturing union -- has refocused its organizing on smaller, non-traditional workplaces.