Volume 48, Issue 3: May/June 2014
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We are delighted to follow on the heels of May Day with a special issue on the future of the labour movement, State of the Unions.
In an historic debate, leading trade union figures including Jerry Dias and Mary Shortall respond to charges that the labour movement is not drawing lines in the tar sands.
Sam Gindin explores the state of the Canadian labour movement and strategies for union and socialist renewal, while Roxanne Dubois expands on the idea of community unionism.
Immigrant worker precarity and class struggle is unearthed by Joey Calugay, Mostafa Heaway and Eric Shragge while ideas of labour renewal in Québec are given by Ghislaine Raymond, René Charest and André Frappier.
We also feature content on Demilitarize McGill, an exciting addition to the anti-war movement. Solidarity Halifax is also featured as a promising radical formation on the east coast.
This is an historic magazine issue published at a critical time. Happy reading.