Labour in Canada

The Labour in Canada series provides timely snapshots of contemporary trends in labour markets and trade unions. Titles in the series help students understand the interconnections of work, economics, and politics across the country. They are also resources for activists and researchers seeking accessible analysis of how globalization and neoliberalism have affected working people, unions, and new social movements.

“The Labour in Canada series is a critical new resource assessing the major changes to unions and work in Canada today. Written by some of the best current scholars in political science, sociology, and history, the volumes blend unique case studies from across the country with accessible discussions of the theories explaining transformations to work and the challenges facing the labour movement. These volumes are essential for students, unions, and citizens who are seeking to understand the effects of globalization on Canadian workers and what these mean for Canadian democracy.”

Stephen McBride, Canada Research Chair in Public Policy and Globalization, McMaster University


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