Megan Kinch grew up in the post-industrial wastelands of Scarborough and Oshawa, ON. She has contributed to and edited for several publications including Basics Community News, Briarpatch Magazine, and the Toronto Media Co-op.

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    Working With Your Hands

    The only way to survive is to make a living wage and I can’t do that unless I sell my hands, my back, and my brain as a skilled labourer.

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    Your Mama Wears CSA-Approved Safety Boots

    What does it say when the easiest part of the life of a mother in a neoliberal city is starting a new job in the trades?

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    A Woman Construction Worker on the Slab

    What’s it like to be the only woman worker on a construction site?

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    Reflecting on injury and stolen wages at work

    Non-union construction work involves calculations no one should have to make.

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    Women and Capitalism

    Feminism with class.

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    Hijacked canoes and settler ships

    Is Indigenous land reclamation a form of environmentalism? How does Indigenous resurgence relate to left-wing political traditions?

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    Left behind

    In the long term, the fate of CAW-unionized workers is going to depend on their ability to organize unrepresented parts and autoworkers. The wider the wage gap grows between unionized and non-unionized workers, the more concessions CAW autoworkers will have to endure.