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INVITING EVERYONE TO THE TABLE: A FOOD POLICY FOR CANADA

By Melissa Keith
"Sixty per cent of the people who are considered food insecure are actually working," says Diana Bronson, executive director of Food Secure Canada. "They're not people who don't have jobs; their jobs just don't pay them enough, or they don't have enough hours, to be able to afford to feed their families."
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WEBWORK: Millennials, Pensioners & Workampers

By Derek Blackadder
Most Canadian unions that attempt a regular video news or organizing effort give it up as not worth the investment in time and bandwidth. But if you and yours haven't yet given it a spin, mebbe video pods' time has come.
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BATTLING AUSTERITY: Nova Scotia Workers Fight Back

By Rebecca Rose
The "Public Services Sustainability Act," formerly Bill 148, imposes wage caps and removes a previously negotiated benefit — the long-service award — from collective agreements. "I believe they've promoted solidarity amongst the labour movement," says Jason Maclean, speaking about the McNeil Liberals.
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