Which part of journalism, the companies or the journalists, does the government really want to support?
Two dozen former employees open up about WE.
Members voted down a tentative agreement last week
As the newspaper celebrates its 175th birthday, we offer an alternative history, from fascism to plagiarism
Unlike its U.S. counterpart, the Canadian union includes more than just the News team
A CANADALAND investigation reveals that WE is connected to no fewer than three companies known to use child and slave labour in their supply chain.
Former staff describe the lengths that management went to to keep the newsroom from unionizing
About half of the school papers have stopped publishing.
It’s been reported that scabs had gotten government communications staff to edit their stories.
How striking journalists in Halifax conjured an award-winning digital news outlet out of pluck and spite
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