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    The Midinette Spring

    Industrial Montreal was a hotbed of cheap, easily exploited women’s labour. “You’ll never organize girls,” labour leaders were warned. But Rose Pesotta was determined to try “a woman’s approach” to unionizing.

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    Not in my backyard or anyone else’s

    Defending reproductive rights everywhere in the age of Trump.

  • Blog

    Who Are We Marching For?

    Lessons from Vancouver’s Women’s March on Washington.

  • Blog

    Toward a World of Many Worlds: The Women’s March in Saskatoon

    In the future, we may be able to point to the Women’s March on Washington in Saskatoon as the critical moment when all our scattered struggles came together as we realized how capitalism, colonialism, patriarchy, imperialism, and heterosexism are interconnected.

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    Marx Was Right

    Marx predicted that capitalists will always try to push down wages and undercut working conditions. He was right, and the working class can push back if it builds power broadly and intersectionally.

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    Everything Goes Up But Pay

    Racialized women are at the forefront of labour’s most promising campaign.

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    Feminism’s White Default

    White supremacy continues to permeate feminist organizing in Canada.

  • Blog

    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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    The gendered labour of social movements

    The actual work of social movement building is always disproportionately borne by women and queer people.

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    Feminism Beyond the Waves

    Considering No Wave feminisms.

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    The Struggle for Access to Abortion Today

    Abortion is a safe, legal, and common medical procedure, but in the Maritimes and in northern and rural communities across Canada, there are major barriers to access.

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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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    Permaculture or Spermaculture?

    Women continue to be under-represented in permaculture’s dominant forms of knowledge dissemination.

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    That Guy Who Isn’t You

    For all the men who believe that sexual harassment and violence aren’t their responsibility.

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    Body Politics

    Fat, queer, and anti-capitalist.

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    Women and Capitalism

    Feminism with class.

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    Justice for Midwives

    A workers’ struggle that goes to the crux of the sexual division of labour.

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    Stolen Sisters, Sex Workers, and Conservative Saviours

    The Conservative government’s rhetoric on missing and murdered Indigenous women and sex workers creates victims in order to silence women.

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    Psychiatry and pain

    The treatment of pain and mental illness is highly gendered.