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Disney’s workers: Realities, fantasies, and lessons for NL

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Disney is a word that inspires children across the world and the name of a company whose reputation stands for innocence, play, and beloved stories often featuring the victory of good over evil. But it’s a reputation built, squarely, upon the increasingly strained backs of America’s working class. In Orange County, California a Disney worker can expect to spend their day making every desire of visiting families come true, while watching their own hopes fade to dust as inflation and expenses speed ahead of their wages and benefits. “Sometimes I skip meals, so my kids can eat,” noted one worker speaking at a recent public roundtable entitled StopDisneyPoverty in Anaheim, California. The event, a live-stream of which is available for view, was intended to draw attention to the plight being faced by Disney’s employees, and was attended by Senator Bernie Sanders, who gave a speech defending workers’ rights to a fair wage…

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Any Mummers, nice Mummers…NOT made in China?

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Newfoundland and Labrador is renowned for its talented arts and crafts scene. So why is it being increasingly outsourced to China?

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A strong economy for all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians

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Instead of concentrating on short-term gains for a few, it’s time for the province to shift course in favour of long-term, stable prosperity for us all

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Unions: The folks who brought you the weekend – and so much more!

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A Labour Day message from the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour

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The tipping point

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How wrong assumptions about service industry work can ruin great service

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Award-winning St. John’s songwriter releases fiery new workers’ anthem

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TheIndependent.ca EXCLUSIVE DEBUT: Colleen Power’s “Crossing the Line” inspired by local strikes, takes aim at scabs.

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Bill 22 signals setback in labour relations in province

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Labour vows to fight back

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Tories set to revoke labour law, workers’ rights

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Government is attacking its own good labour legislation, and it makes no sense. Card-check certification is effective, democratic, and a basic right that must be protected.

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Gezi Park protests reinvigorate Turkey’s labour movement

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Turkey’s unions struggle to find their role in the protests sweeping the nation.

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A nasty, nasty business

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The use of temporary foreign workers in Bay de Verde is a problem on many levels. Our government needs to act now to ensure it doesn’t become worse.

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Suspending labour rights risks lives

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The needs of the many outweigh the profits of the few

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Enough is enough

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Anti-scab legislation? A sensible idea that’s long overdue

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