22
Apr
2015

We say no to the “4 in 4 out” revolving door policy!

Statement prepared by SIKLAB National (Advance and Uphold the Struggles of Filipino Canadian Workers)
April 22, 2015

Toronto, ON— The enactment of the “4 in 4 out” rule this past April 1st, affecting tens of thousands of workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), is a telling message exposing …

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11
Apr
2015

We reject fear! Junk Bill C-51

April 11, 2015
Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians (CPFC)
National Statement
 

Toronto – Insulted and angry – these are the feelings that many Canadians have following expeditious attempts of the Conservative majority to pass Bill C-51 through parliament without any opposition or serious criticism. Dubbed the “Anti-Terrorism” Bill, Harper and …

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11
Mar
2015

Celebrating our gains: paving our future for genuine women’s liberation

NAPWC Statement
March 8, 2015

The National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC) celebrates International Women’s Day in honour of all working class women around the world who fought and continue to fight for women’s equality, genuine development, and human rights. This legacy of resistance embodies women’s heightened militancy …

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