Between Times

Welcome to Between Times, an online-only feature to complement the magazine you find in your mailbox every two months. Between every issue of Our Times, watch for a specially selected online article, letters to the editor, late-breaking reviews, debate and ideas about stories in Our Times, and resources to help keep you inspired in the struggle for workers' rights and social justice.

SPRING 2018
PARENTING | WORK | ACTIVISM: "You Can't Have it All" and Other Truths I Like to Tell Myself
By Mojdeh Cox
As a mother of four children ranging from three to 15 years of age, as a career-driven woman who loves her work, and as a community activist, I can't have it all. I like to remind myself of this when I drive to work in my house slippers.

SPRING 2018
HAVE YOUR SAY: DIVIDED WE WILL FALL
By Chris Ramsaroop
The future should hold promise and hope for the next generation of labour activists; they shouldn't be sold short with a vision that is tainted by the legacy of white supremacy and racism.

WINTER 2017-18
DUMPING TRUMP AND TRUDEAU TRADE DEALS
By Archana Rampure
We want to keep good jobs in Canada and the U.S.? Then we have to fight for good jobs in Mexico — and in Honduras, and in Vietnam and in Bangladesh — and impose restrictions on trade with countries that refuse to grant basic standards to their workers.

WINTER 2017-18
BATTLING AUSTERITY: Nova Scotia Workers Fight Back
By Rebecca Rose
The "Public Services Sustainability Act," formerly Bill 148, imposes wage caps and removes a previously negotiated benefit — the long-service award — from collective agreements. "I believe they've promoted solidarity amongst the labour movement," says Jason Maclean, speaking about the McNeil Liberals.

FALL 2017
DEFENDING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE: Dr. Danyaal Raza Speaks Out
By Haseena Manek
"As believers in publicly funded health care, we have to take the responsibility of offering a path to reform very seriously. In the absence of that, then people will find the false appeal of private financing and for-profit health care delivery tempting."

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