Solidarity Halifax member Phil Homburg wrote this piece last year for the UK based Novara Wire. It serves as a good introduction to the topic of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Over the past few months Canada’s Conservative government has been resisting pressure to call an inquiry into reports of more than 1000 unresolved cases […Read more]
Solidarity Halifax is proud to have collaborated with Ujamaa and the Kwacha House Cafe in the creation of Working While Black in Nova Scotia. The project aims to publish anonymous stories of anti-black racism in the workplace in Nova Scotia. Publishing these stories allows workers in the Black community to know that they are not […Read more]
Our Times Magazine features an interview with labour activist and Solidarity Halifax member Kyle Buott. Read about what lead Kyle to take on the fight for workers and a new world. Click here to read the article Note: Statements by Solidarity Halifax members do not necessarily reflect positions held by the organization.
A new coalition is working to raise the minimum wage in Nova Scotia to $15/hour!Coalition members include: ACORN Nova Scotia, the Canadian Federation of Students, the Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council and Solidarity Halifax. Solidarity Halifax and ACORN member Evan Coole is interviewed by CTV: >Click here to watch the video […Read more]