Where have Atlantic Canada’s regressive labour laws left the region’s casualized, non-unionized, and precarious workers?
In Atlantic Canada, where a succession of corporate-compliant provincial governments have created an environment conducive to scabbing and receptive to the business lobby, workers are bargaining not with employers, but with fear, fragmentation, and poor prospects for a stable future of work.
When Mexican teachers went on strike to protest President Enrique Peña Nieto’s neoliberal education reforms, the state, backed by major financial institutions, cracked down in a bloody attempt at democratic suppression. What does the teachers’ fight signal for the future of public education?
Catch up with Richard Van Camp, our creative non-fiction judge in the Writing in the Margins contest.
Corporations are after the resource-rich land – not sustainable, fair employment.
As winter descends, #NoDAPL water and land protectors are preparing for a long haul resistance against the violence of the military, police, and capital.