Tag Archives: labour

Reclaiming the Working Class

More than 9 out of 10 Canadians self-report has belonging to the middle class. It is no wonder, then, that politicians are constantly spouting off promises to that most coveted demographic group. But when we say “middle class”, what do … Continue reading

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Low Income Earners In Canada – The Minimum Wage, Students, and Temp Agencies

This week, I was fortunate enough to have a great conversation with my Conservative Member of Parliament over democratic reform in Canada, including our thoughts on the Senate, first-past-the-post electoral reform, and youth voter engagement. On some things we agreed, although … Continue reading

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Things to Read this Week, #3

Here are some really cool news articles this week! Little bit on labour, little bit on technology, little bit on democracy and free speech. Check it out! “Rise of the ‘Precariat’, the global scourge of precarious jobs”, CBC, June 1st … Continue reading

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