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    Levelling the playing field

    Canadian Premier League soccer players are being paid poverty wages by billionaire team owners. Now, a new union is helping players fight for dignity and respect.

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    How Canada is targeting Indigenous resistance to TMX

    Indigenous land defenders are receiving the harshest treatment for protesting the troubled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. How far will the courts go to repress those opposed to a project that seems doomed to fail?

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    Parasitic Solidarity

    Unions are meant to defend their working-class members against unfair criticism and wrongful termination. But in Winnipeg, the police union is working to obstruct accountability for police officers who kill and abuse people.

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    Suppress The Virus Now Coalition Statement

    We are a network of community groups, labour groups, and individuals in Ontario, standing together to demand that our elected officials explicitly adopt the humane goal of eliminating community spread of COVID-19.

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    Giveaway: Sign up to win Brotherhood To Nationhood!

    Sign up for the Sask Dispatch’s email newsletter for a chance to win one of 20 copies of George Manuel’s biography, Brotherhood To Nationhood!

  • Announcement

    Call for pitches (July/August)

    We’re looking for writing rooted in rooted in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist, feminist struggle for an unthemed issue. Pitches are due March 1, 2021.

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    The story of the union drives sweeping Indigo stores

    Four Indigo stores have unionized in less than five months. It’s a lesson in how workers can play the pandemic to their advantage – leveraging social media and relying on community support to fight for lasting changes in their workplace.

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    How Canada is targeting Indigenous resistance to TMX

    Indigenous land defenders are receiving the harshest treatment for protesting the troubled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. How far will the courts go to repress those opposed to a project that seems doomed to fail?

Current Issue

January/February 2021

As Toronto evicts thousands of people from their homes during a pandemic, our cover story – a six-page comic by artist and Keep Your Rent organizer Paterson Hodgson – looks at the housing struggle that will determine the fate of Toronto. Plus, stories about Black Lives Matter in rural Canada; an investigation into the colonial practices of public housing in the Northwest Territories; an explainer on Gender-Based Environmental Violence; voices from the front lines of the Anishinaabe moose-hunting moratorium; and a look at the history of the Winnipeg police union.

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