“Professionals” and union action: chalk and cheese?

Professionals and union action are commonly held to be incompatible. This deeply entrenched piece of conventional wisdom was challenged by Louise Boivin, professor at the Industrial Relations Department of the UQO (Université du Québec en Outaouais), at Comprendre pour choisir, the second edition of the APTS Carrefour des idées.

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The need for social change, by the numbers

Over the past two years, the APTS has been working to develop a new political platform. The second Carrefour des idées conference, Comprendre pour choisir (Understanding so we can choose), was held on May 5 and 6 as part of this process. Presentations and discussions were intended to help us take a step back and look at the overall context as we think about the best way to move forward. Here’s a recap of the opening talk by Damien Contandriopoulos, associate professor at the Faculté des sciences infirmières of the Université de Montréal.

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Tax havens: the last chance budget

At the end of January, with the federal budget fast approaching, the Collectif Échec aux paradis fiscaux addressed this letter to federal Liberal MPs in the hope of obtaining measures in the budget that would reflect a genuine will to eliminate tax havens.

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