Nora Loreto

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Oct 16, 2015
Rabble.ca’s election coverage has included a daily fact check post to help you navigate the promises of each of the major promises. Please share and publish for your members! Here are all the articles, grouped together by topic   Bill C-51 The Liberals were not forced to support C-51. They just...
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Jul 6, 2015
On June 30, Canada's Senators voted on one final piece of legislation; so important that it didn't matter that they might waste that precious extra second in the Red Chamber. They voted in favour of passing Bill C-377 into law. The amendments contained in C-377 to the Income Tax Act are sweeping,...
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Jan 4, 2014
By the time the CUPE national convention gathered in Québec City this past October, it was clear that the Year of the Young Worker hadn’t produced concrete solutions to organize young workers for debate at convention.   The Year of the Young Worker ended at the same time that news broke that the...
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Sep 3, 2013
In an inaugural speech that was punctuated by several standing ovations, new president of Unifor Jerry Dias called for a more aggressive organizing approach.  Dias’ nearly hour-long first speech on Saturday afternoon was, for many delegates, their first introduction.  As a long-time activist within...
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Sep 3, 2013
During the birth of a child, family members gather around, filled with hopes and dreams of their newest relation’s future. Endless possibilities and joy fill the room as everyone revels in the moment.  Once child-raising starts, the family realizes just how much work it is to help the child fulfill...
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Mar 26, 2013
Unions get a rough ride from corporate news sources. From the loudest and most angry leading the charge (the Sun) down to the soft opponents at (barely) progressive papers, like the Toronto Star, the industry as a whole is not “pro-labour.” Part of this phenomenon is driven by the growth of and...
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Feb 4, 2013
What is Idle No More? Idle No More has emerged as a civil rights movement where Indigenous people, regardless of region or nationhood, have united to tell Stephen Harper “Enough is Enough.” It was sparked by opposition to the Federal budget bill, C-45. After video footage of dozens of chiefs...
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Jan 23, 2013
All progressive struggles are connected, even when those connections can be hard to determine. Drawing these connections is not always easy. Neoliberalism has fractured our communities and conservatives (Conservatives and Liberals alike) have pitted one sector against the other to be able to...
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