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Wednesday January 17 2018
Dear Premier Horgan, As a trade unionist, born and raised in British Columbia, Ginger Goodwin has always had a special place in my heart. Ginger was murdered in 1918, after leading the first strike for the eight‑hour day in this country. He was a prominent socialist, anti-war activist and union leader in his day, and has become immortalized as a martyr of British Columbia’s labour movement. To this day, Ginger Goodwin inspires many who dream of a better world.
Tuesday August 22 2017

On the weekend of August 12th, Charlottesville, Virginia and the world saw a disgraceful display of what hatred leads to.

Thursday June 16 2016

This Fall the Canadian Labour Congress invites you to their two events: Rise Up!, and Build Young Workers’ Power.

Wednesday May 13 2015

The federal government has recently suggested that they may try to criminalize criticism of Israel and its policies, as part of a “zero tolerance”

Friday January 30 2015

The Supreme Court has affirmed that there is constitutional protection for the right to strike.

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