Not too long ago I posted that I was going to publish short-form content here. But since Threads launched in July, I've found a rekindled love for the immidiacy of posting in directly to a social network. Feel free to join me there, as well.
I'll continue to post short pieces here, too, but likely different stuff.
It was no shock to hear that Nova Scotia has earned the worst grade in Canada for poverty reduction. Poverty is an ongoing series of institutional and government decisions and not the fault of individuals. Read the CBC story: Nova Scotia gets failing grade in poverty reduction, report says.
The summary? Nova Scotia is anti-labour, anti-worker, work is precarious, the labour movement is weak and workers are resigned to the idea that it is the way it is.