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Canadian workers are realizing that strikes beat inflation

Prices are not going to go down to what they were before. If workers want to keep their purchasing power, we need to fight for it.

AFB 2024: Immigration

Alternative Federal Budget: what the federal government could achieve on immigration

AFB 2024: Decent work

Alternative Federal Budget: what the federal government could achieve on making decent work for workers

AFB 2024: Employment Insurance (EI)

Alternative Federal Budget 2024: here's what the federal government could achieve on Employment Insurance (EI)

AFB 2024: Fair and equitable transition

Alternative Federal Budget: what the federal government could achieve for a fair and equitable transition away from fossil fuels

AFB 2024: Gender Equality

Alternative Federal Budget: what the federal government could achieve on gender equality

Fossil fuel workers are organizing to lead a just transition

An interview with Iron and Earth, which helps oil and gas workers transition to renewables and the net-zero economy

Canada’s silent crisis

Teachers left waiting at the bargaining table

Leaps and bounds

Understanding the Carleton University Contract Instructors and Teaching Assistants’ strike (spring 2023)

Alberta carries on as the world burns

Shift Storm newsletter—May 2023 edition

Does growth work for everyone in Saskatchewan?

Breaking down some of the latest economic data shows deeply unequal division of riches in the province

The future of union leadership: It takes a village

Workers are emboldened and frustrated. We need to build on the unity we feel in this moment.

Rebuilding the working class

Organized workers have the power to fundamentally transform the economy

A day in the life of migrant workers

Migrant workers are a large and growing part of the Canadian workforce—and face particular hurdles from employers and governments.