Winter 2018-Spring 2019
The world is not deindustrializing. Everything around us is made somewhere — the question is where will these things be built and how much will workers be paid for their labour?
Digital Dreams, Part 2
We can take inspiration from unions that are lighting new digital pathways of connection for current and upcoming generations.
37 Cover Story
Confronting Violence In The Canadian Classroom
Trivializing the impact of school violence on education workers is dangerous. “Dealing with an injury, PTSD, and possible financial decreases” can be devastating, says educational assistant Tammie Koroluk.
One First Nation’s Efforts
Boat-building is just one of the projects the small, community-based school of Pictou Landing First Nation is using to connect kids with their classmates, their community, their Mi’kmaw culture, and themselves.
#HatefreeYEG * BC Work Songs Contest * Reeling In Workers’ Stories * Defending Education Across Borders
Rock The Boat For Change
The promotion of civil disobedience has been a key part of effective climate-justice campaigning for decades.
Our Times Tally
Ratio of public relations, advertising and marketing professionals to journalists in Canada in 1987: 4 to 1
Ratio today: 11 to 1
Meet Kim & Greet The Wobbly App
This is what we’ve been waiting for since iOS and Android first saw the light of day.
River Of Coal
27 Have Your Say
Transforming Our Economy
As leftists did during the Depression and other crises of capitalism, we can put forward a vision of a different world.
46 Working For A Living
The Challenging And Fulfilling Career Of A Licensing Officer
In the brief moment it takes to answer the intake line, we may find ourselves heading to an emergency investigation instead of an already-scheduled annual inspection.
On The Line: A History Of The British Columbia Labour Movement
Tough leaders, resilient workers and generations of picket-line battles are featured in this fast-paced survey of 150 years of BC’s labour history.
After The U.S. Midterms
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s posts about the commonplace dirty little secrets of public life have gone viral. They’re secrets many already know too well.