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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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    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 Honda’s anti-union monitor works

    At a manufacturing plant in Ontario, Honda management maps out vulnerable “hot spots” on the shop floor as part of an effort to stop its workers from unionizing.

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    Collective action is essential

    From socially-distanced protests to virtual union drives, five vital signs of worker organizing during COVID-19

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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.

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    Casino Workers Beat The House

    In B.C.’s biggest private-sector organizing drive in nine years, workers took on Canada’s casino giant.