LEO MCKAY AND DAVIS DAY
Murdered miner Bill Davis is still honoured in parts of Nova Scotia on June 11 for good reason,says Leo McKay.
THE LONG ROAD TO JUSTICE
June 1, 1983 was a momentous day for injured workers in Ontario, who continue to fight for justice and dignity.
COVER STORY: LAID OFF AND LOOKING AHEAD
With no warning, Progressive Moulded Products threw 2,400 mainly immigrant workers out onto the street. And they’ve been fighting back ever since.
BARGAINING IN A RECESSION
There are three contexts that will shape how we emerge from this recession: the economy, trade unionism, and feminism.
WORKING FOR A LIVING: HEALING PART I
I was known as a hard worker, someone they used to ask for. Not any more. My face is gone and my hands and arms are badly burned.
Highlander/LEC Project * Save Our Severance * Live-In Caregiver Update Labour’s Solutions * CBC Cuts
OUR TIMES TALLY
Chance that a Canadian worker is “somewhat” or “very concerned” about losing their job this year: 1 in 4
WEBWORK: OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
Open Source Software is free, and feature-filled. Use it!
WORKING HISTORY: THE TEMPLE OF LABOUR
“The heritage from the Winnipeg General Strike is of fundamental importance to modern Canada,” says Victor Rabinovitch, president of the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
REVIEW: RIG: AN ORAL HISTORY
Mike Heffernan’s book, Rig: An Oral History of the Ocean Ranger Disaster, is not another book by an arm’s-length author.
COMMENTARY: RAINBOW ALLIANCE
We have before us a once in a lifetime opportunity to not only create alliances between blue and green, but also the black, white, red, yellow, and brown.