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Is political will and timing on the side of a Green New Deal for Canada? There is a strong demand for change, but people often don’t know where to start, says Patricia Chong.
PRECARIOUS WORK & THE POLITICS OF TIME
Workers in precarious jobs frequently face impossible choices: continue being exploited or speak up and risk job loss.
Overcoming Fear: A Workers’ Toolkit • Sawmill Explosions Review • Labour Films Awarded • LGBTQ2S+ Workers & Inclusion • BC Implements Indigenous Rights Bill • Serving Migrant Workers
2020: THE YEAR FOR (FREE) TRANSIT
The complete electrification of all buses in the next 10 to 20 years would quickly shrink the second-largest source of emissions in Canada.
Chance that a child who entered primary school in 2019 will work in a job that doesn’t exist yet: 2 in 3
A WEBHEAD WINTER WHATSITS
The commercial email service we used until recently went belly-up. It would have cost a small fortune to “recover” our data.
18 WORKING FOR A LIVING
THE FLAGGING LIFE
I’ve seen people actually hold their heads in their hands when I flag them to stop.
40 WORKING FOR A LIVING
THE ANGEL OF OMAHA
All the things you don’t want. Deceit. Blood. Injuries. Addiction. Ground zero in the North American Opiate Crisis.
TAKING OUR PLACE: STORIES FROM LEADERS OF CANADA’S NURSES UNION MOVEMENT
The high times carry the low, I’ve always felt that if people have the facts, there can be a positive outcome.
A brilliantly diverse, stunningly smart, brutally honest, and deliciously dirty poetry collection.
MADE IN BANGLADESH
Filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain delves into the complex lives of women whose skilled labour is integral to the world of fast fashion.
A Time of Monsters
The old right-left paradigm does not hold under the anxieties currently driving people.