The Precarity Problem

After decades of policies of deregulation for the fantasy of trickle-down economics, we’ve created such a gap of wealth, health and even hope for the future, that we just can’t ignore it anymore.

With more and more Canadians working in temporary, casual and part-time jobs than ever, the precarity problem has risen to the top of our political and social agenda.

(Recorded, edited and published by Jared for Upstream).

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