Province has financial room to end the suffering

Bus shelters in Winnipeg have become homes for individuals during the COVID crisis.

By Molly McCracken

The price of privatization at MTS: higher prices, fewer jobs

By Doug Smith

A shorter version of this piece was published in the Winnipeg Free Press December 29, 2020

Indigenous-led housing key to pandemic recovery

Cibinel Architecture Ltd. “Concept plan for the Village”
First published in the Winnipeg Free Press December 12, 2020

By Lucille Bruce

Manitoba’s pandemic learning plan: A timeline of “immediately,” a budget of “nothing” amid secretive legislation

By Melissa Bowman Wilson

A version of this piece is forthcoming in Our Schools Our Selves published by CCPA National

Trade-offs in Health and Home Care create higher Covid-19 risks for vulnerable Manitobans

State of the Inner City Report 2020: Front-line Community-Based Organizations bridge marginalized and government services

Job Posting: Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues (Progressive Economist)

Living Wage for Manitoba 2020

Living Wage for Manitoba Update 2020 – Summary

Humanitarian and Poverty COVID Crisis Looms: Open Letter to Province of Manitoba

Below are the contents of an open letter sent to Premier Pallister and Minister of Families Heather Stefanson on November 10th from Make Poverty History Manitoba.

Capital Interests: Health and Education in Manitoba during COVID

By Robert Chernomas and Ian Hudson