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Writers Guild of America picket line. Image credit: John Edwards/Wikimedia Commons
Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | Joe Biden is planning to implement the Protect the Right to Organize Act, which will allow access to unionization for hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers plus weaken so-called "right to work" laws.
Podcast
Indian workers fighting back
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The upcoming general elections in India are allowing workers to put forward their own demands against the far right BJP government of President Modi.
Blog
U.S. Supreme Court building. Photo: Supermac1961/Flickr
Lynne Fernandez | A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision will wipe millions of dollars from public sector unions' balance sheets, adding to the long list of growing challenges unions are facing in the U.S.
Blog
A WestJet aircraft at Las Vegas airport in 2015. Photo: Tomas Del Coro/Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | A strike would do serious harm to the goodwill WestJet has built over the years with travellers, especially in Western Canada.
News
Former inmates have trouble finding work, whether at fast food restaurants, offices or factories. Photo: Daniel Lee/Flickr
Meagan Gillmore | In the first in a three-part series, a look at the challenges experienced by former prisoners looking for work in Canada.
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | Nowadays, the final long weekend of our Canadian summer is devoted to The Seventy-Two Hour Hate, a three-day frenzy of official and media loathing for unions and the working people they represent.
News
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H.G. Watson | The Canadian Labour Congress Convention kicks off Monday, so our Labour Beat Reporter H.G. Watson has decided to break down the four reasons you should keep your eye on the convention.
News
Photo: flickr/John MacDonald
H.G. Watson | Why are we so eager to compare the Unifor Toyota campaign in Ontario with the UAW Volkswagen campaign in Tennessee? It's important to look at the differences to explain the labour movement in 2014.
News
Photo: flickr/Kheel Center, Cornell University
Alex Hunsberger | Ontario politician Tim Hudak wants to push through 'right-to-work' laws in Canada. While many know they aren't good for labour, not as many know these laws got their legs from U.S. segregation.
News
Photo: OFL Communications
H.G. Watson | President of the OFL, Sid Ryan, discussed the Conservatives' outright attack on labour, how to implement diversity on all levels and labour's plan to combat 'right to work' laws.
Blog
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Trish Hennessy | A leaked Progressive Conservative document reveals a deep disconnect between ideologically driven wedge politics and the realpolitik of Ontario's struggling middle class.
News
David Doorey | The Fraser Institute issued a "study" advocating "right to work" laws and their implementation in Canada. Are the Conservatives' arguments founded on reason, lies or just bullshit?