Labour Issue

Why Palestinian workers in illegal Israeli settlements are calling for BDS. The “cost to your soul” of working in oil. During the 2018 York strike, workers on the picket line found themselves being watched. Why did Chinese communities in Toronto’s commuter belt vote for Doug Ford? Plus a book review, comic, and more.

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    Land and labour

    Many people believe that there is an unbridgeable rift between left labour activism and Indigenous struggles. But recent events have made clear that “reconciliation” screeches to a halt as soon as it stands in the way of the accumulation of capital.

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    Making a killing

    Palestinian workers in illegal Israeli settlements are calling for boycotts of Israeli goods – even though it may mean they lose their jobs

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    Oil & water

    In Newfoundland and Labrador, workers look to transition out of oil and gas, into renewable energy. But as these industries charge forward, Inuit activists are also struggling to protect their land and water.

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    Organizing the suburbs

    Why Chinese suburbanites in Toronto’s commuter belt voted for Doug Ford – and why the left has been losing its foothold in racialized working-class communities

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    “They take my labour, but not my family”

    The federal government is ending the Caregiver Program, which gave migrant caregivers a pathway to permanent residency. But caregivers are fighting back by demanding permanent residency upon arrival.

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    “To create other worlds inside this one”

    An interview with Writing in the Margins judges Gwen Benaway, Alicia Elliott, and Jalani Morgan

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    Resisting Uber’s rhetoric

    If we accept the premise that “algorithms” (not capitalists) are asserting control over the future of work, it will be difficult to hold anyone to account for the human costs of unchecked automation. Finn LeMaitre reviews Uberland by Alex Rosenblat.

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    Where is the unions’ inspiration in the fight against Doug Ford?

    Unions are some of the only progressive organizations with the power to bring production to a halt and to stop the flow of goods and services – and they need to use their power to fight Ford.

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    Busted

    Aaron Doncaster was fired from his job as a dishwasher at Calgary’s Hilton Garden Inn for organizing a union. But in Alberta, workers have new protection against union-busting bosses.