Provincial Government Austerity Holding Students and Manitoba Economy Back

Previously published in The Manitoban November 17, 2021 By Jesse Hajer

Paul Moist Honoured for Lifetime Contribution to Social Justice

By Jim Silver

New report finds Manitoba workers more impacted by COVID than nationally

By Saku Pinta

Hard Infrastructure, Hard Times

First published in the Winnipeg Free Press, Tuesday August 24, 2021 By Jesse Hajer, Jennifer Keith and Michael Conway

Ageism, sexism combine to hamper elder care

By Laura Funk and Brianne Goertzen,

Budget winds create very little change

First published in the Winnipeg Free Press April 10, 2021 I tried to tell the people but they never heard a word I say They say there’s nothing out there but wheat fields anyway Just a farmer’s wife …

Pandemic Labour Day 2020

Manitoba’s Losing its Edge: It’s time to Reject Austerity

By Jesse Hajer First published in the Winnipeg Free Press March 3, 2020

Time is Now for 2020 Vision: Need Manitoba Climate & Social Action Budget

The sky will not fall with a higher minimum wage

By Chris Rigaux and Tanya Andrusieczko First published in the Winnipeg Free Press September 23, 2019 September 10th’s election results were disappointing for progressive Manitobans who were looking for a decisive shift towards economic justice. We face four …