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RN to RN: A Conversation of Global Concern

Friday, April 17, 2009

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RN to RN: A Conversation of Global Concern

"I’m struck by our similar concerns, even though we care for different kinds of patients in three different countries with different health-care systems."

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WE are the Union

Monday, February 23, 2009

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WE are the Union

by Eileen Prendiville -- The workers in UHW/NUHW remind us that the power of any union lies in the collective strength of its members. This message is sorely needed by a labor movement reeling from years of defeat.

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The Fight to Save Ontario Hospitals

Monday, February 9, 2009

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The Fight to Save Ontario Hospitals

We need to build an active and militant campaign to save Ontario hospitals.

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My Pain, Their Gain

Friday, August 29, 2008

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My Pain, Their Gain

by Jane Edgett -- Alberta used me to wipe out its deficit and justify privatizing its medical system.

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Machismo at Work

Saturday, September 29, 2007

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Machismo at Work

Until they fight back as a class, workers will continue to construct more dehumanized conditions for themselves.

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We Must Pull Together or Be Pulled Apart

Saturday, October 14, 2006

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We Must Pull Together or Be Pulled Apart

By focusing on individuals, the medical system dissipates the class rage that propels social change.

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Caring for Profit in Canada’s Medical System

Monday, February 1, 1999

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Caring for Profit in Canada’s Medical System

In Caring for Profit, Colleen Fuller exposes the corporate players and their allies in medicine and government who are opening Canada’s health-care system to market forces.

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The Myth of Scarcity

Friday, January 1, 1999

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The Myth of Scarcity

The myth of scarcity is used to limit majority access to medical and social services. In reality, society has more than enough resources to meet human needs.

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