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An ongoing series examining issues in the worker co-op sector.

Practical Steps Towards Dismantling Racism

By Kenzie Love In contrast to its American counterpart, which has seen considerable growth among BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of colour) communities in recent years, Canada’s worker co-op sector remains largely White, with little evidence that this is changing. Diversity and inclusion have been identified as priorities, but as Dr. Jessica Gordon-Nembhard argued in Practical Steps Towards Dismantling Racism


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Worker Co-ops May Have Advantages in Dealing With Pandemic’s Psychological Impact

By Kenzie Love Even for those whose health and employment may not have been directly affected by the coronavirus, the pandemic has taken a heavy psychological toll, one that inevitably risks spilling over into their work life. The impact isn’t invariably negative: a report by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) found that emergencies Worker Co-ops May Have Advantages in Dealing With Pandemic’s Psychological Impact


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