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Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | November 20, 2023
The best way Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, can to respond to Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is to table a fiscal update that shows the government has been paying attention, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | November 20, 2023
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | November 20, 2023
The best way Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, can to respond to Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is to table a fiscal update that shows the government has been paying attention, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | October 4, 2023
Manitoba Premier-designate Wab Kinew led his New Democratic Party to victory on Oct. 3 by successfully bringing people together from different parties and different backgrounds, writes Bea Bruske. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | October 4, 2023
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | October 4, 2023
Manitoba Premier-designate Wab Kinew led his New Democratic Party to victory on Oct. 3 by successfully bringing people together from different parties and different backgrounds, writes Bea Bruske. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
Opinion | BY GEORGINA ALONSO, BEA BRUSKE | August 9, 2023
Canada is a major importer of fish and seafood. Our government acknowledges some of the harms caused by illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing at home and abroad, but has yet to make laws to stop it, write Georgina Alonso and Bea Bruske. Photograph courtesy of llee_wu on Flickr
Opinion | BY GEORGINA ALONSO, BEA BRUSKE | August 9, 2023
Opinion | BY GEORGINA ALONSO, BEA BRUSKE | August 9, 2023
Canada is a major importer of fish and seafood. Our government acknowledges some of the harms caused by illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing at home and abroad, but has yet to make laws to stop it, write Georgina Alonso and Bea Bruske. Photograph courtesy of llee_wu on Flickr
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 8, 2023
Bea Bruske
Canadian Labour Congress president Bea Bruske, right, seen speaking at a December 2022 announcement, is urging Senators to quickly pass Bill C-228, the Pension Protection Act.
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 8, 2023
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 8, 2023
Bea Bruske
Canadian Labour Congress president Bea Bruske, right, seen speaking at a December 2022 announcement, is urging Senators to quickly pass Bill C-228, the Pension Protection Act.
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | February 1, 2023
Decision-makers would be wise to remember that it’s unionized workers who build a strong middle class as they hear from workers from ridings across the country on Feb. 7, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | February 1, 2023
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | February 1, 2023
Decision-makers would be wise to remember that it’s unionized workers who build a strong middle class as they hear from workers from ridings across the country on Feb. 7, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 30, 2022
Watching Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announce their confidence and supply agreement last week was a welcome antidote to the noxious partisan rhetoric of recent weeks and months, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 30, 2022
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | March 30, 2022
Watching Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announce their confidence and supply agreement last week was a welcome antidote to the noxious partisan rhetoric of recent weeks and months, writes Bea Bruske. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | January 3, 2022
Underinvestment in social services and social infrastructure leads to a tremendous amount on unpaid care work, keeping families going and propping up our economy. Often this work also falls on the shoulders of women, writes Bea Bruske. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | January 3, 2022
Opinion | BY BEA BRUSKE | January 3, 2022
Underinvestment in social services and social infrastructure leads to a tremendous amount on unpaid care work, keeping families going and propping up our economy. Often this work also falls on the shoulders of women, writes Bea Bruske. Photograph courtesy of Pexels