Young Worker for Life?

By Denise Martins This week, the Ontario Federation of Labour will once again be debating whether or not to redefine young worker from “30 years old or under” to a vague definition that leaves it up to each affiliate to define. Young people need a… Read More

Weekend Video: Courage

In Toronto, Izabel, Bebeth, Natasha, Benoît, Grace and Jean, members of Ontario’s “working poor” directly affected by the economic crisis, agree to take part in group sessions organized by filmmaker Geoff Bowie. They talk about having to work multiple jobs to get by, describe the… Read More

NAFTA Talks: What’s the Deal?

By Arthur Stamoulis As renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) chugs along rapidly behind closed doors, President Donald Trump will soon be forced to decide whether to keep or abandon his campaign pledge to make the pact “much better” for working people.… Read More

Canada’s wars at home and abroad

By Chris Grawey As Remembrance Day approaches many ordinary people will express their emotions for those who have lost their lives in war and for those who still struggle from the horrors of war. We are supposed to contemplate why those wars occurred and what… Read More