Aug 18, 2017
KEEP ON MARCHING
FIRST BREATHE, THEN PUSH
Now is the time to come together with empathy, with compassion, with love and respect.
By Nrinder N.K. Nann
WHY SHOWING UP MATTERS
Millions of us claimed the streets on January 21. Why did we do it? And what did it mean?
By Andrea Addario
GETTING DOWN TO WORK WITH A WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT COLLECTIVE
Inside Times Change — a Toronto collective that's been alive and thriving for over 35 years.
By Hillary Di Menna
THE ELEPHANT IN LABOUR'S ROOM
Making the case for applying a labour rights model to sex work in Canada.
By Mark Brown
Migrant sex workers share their stories, their dreams, and their wishes in their own words.
By Alvis Choi and Elene Lam
STANDING UP FOR ECONOMIC EQUALITY
Precarity deepens the gender pay gap: women make up 70 per cent of part-time workers.
By Jan Borowy and Fay Faraday
A RADICAL CELEBRATION OF LABOUR
The Nova Scotian workforce is ever-evolving and the Mayworks Halifax Festival is evolving along with it.
By Melissa Keith
Women's Work Union Video * 4 Directions Arts Festival Fight For $15 & Fairness * Retail Action Network
FAB PODCASTS & FAKE CAMPAIGNS
You don't think fake campaigns exist in our trade union world? Think again.
By Derek Blackadder
OUR TIMES TALLY
Additional income attained by Canadian women each week from working in a unionized workplace: $574 million
By Sean Cain
DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL
Sanctuary cities can offer safety and security for those who may be forced to migrate due to catastrophic climate change.
By James Hutt
By Barb Thomas
WORKING FOR A LIVING
WHAT'S IN A NAME
Usually the question "Were you comfortable with that?" comes after the fact.
By Vivien Endicott-Douglas
HAVE YOUR SAY
STEPPING BACK TO CREATE SPACE
I've lived half a century and only now am I getting a true understanding of how to step back to create space for others.
By Stephen Elliott-Buckley
NO SHORTCUTS: ORGANIZING FOR POWER
Labour has been losing in recent years, argues Jane McAlevey, due to a failed theory of change.
By James Hutt
BORDERS CANNOT STEAL OUR SPIRITS
We walk each other to the bus and give each other rides. We feed each other meals and resilience.
By Amal Rana
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