Dan Darrah is a writer of nonfiction and poetry from Toronto. He writes about work, culture, money, and debt.

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    The debt engine

    Canada’s predatory lending crisis is no accident.

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    Raising the floor

    Celebrating the 40th anniversary of CUPW’s 1981 strike, which won postal workers paid maternity leave, and raised the floor for maternal benefits throughout Canada.

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    Student Activism in a Union Town

    The automotive capital of Canada was once a site of militant labour organizing. Today, it’s humming with a renewed sense of activism, this time led by students.