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11 July 2016
Before the Internet and World Wide Web became fully commercialized in the mid-1990s, freelance writers and photographers began using computer networks as organizing tools as early as 1992.
08 June 2016
Just because you aren’t working as a journalist anymore doesn’t mean you can’t draw on that skill-set.Read more
07 June 2016
What comes next for the workers at Vice Canada now that they have voted to join a union.Read more
03 June 2016
Wednesday after management rejected the union offer and counter-offered with an agreement even worse than the one proposed in January.
02 June 2016
New J-Source work and labour editor Errol Salamon on the importance of labour reporting.Read more
01 June 2016
Unifor Local 87-M said 135 workers would be losing their jobs, including 61 full-time and 74 part-time printing plant workers.
25 May 2016
15 layoffs reported at Vice’s U.S. office as company restructures.Read more
03 May 2016
“We have a very strong majority of staff in the editorial and several other departments:” CMG president.
02 May 2016
What are unions doing to ensure that students get this vital experience and also get paid?Read more

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