Judy Haiven pleads with the Halifax Public Libraries to do the right thing and cancel its Chronicle Herald subscriptions for the duration of the strike.
The Local Xpress, run by striking newsroom workers, is doing very well, thank you. The news website keeps journalists, photographers and editors busy and has become a real thorn in the side of the scabby Chronicle Herald. Originally published in RankandFile.ca.
A bigger and better Local Xpress, the prospects of a very lengthy strike, and the price the NDP pays for their principled boycott.
Over 200 people rallied in support of the striking Chronicle Herald newsroom workers. 105 days on the picket line is 105 days too long.
As a rule, the Nova Scotia Advocate is a place for my writing alone. But rules need to be broken once in a while, so here is an op-ed by the HTU leadership about the importance of journalism and the foolishness of Mark Lever, lightweight Herald CEO.
It’s been seven weeks since Chronicle Herald newsroom workers launched their defensive strike. It doesn’t look like it will end soon.
It’s a familiar story. Chronicle Herald workers walk the picket line while scabs are doing their jobs. Something is out of balance here, and anti-scab legislation would help to fix that.
After six weeks on the picket line Chronicle Herald newsroom workers are intensifying their efforts to get management back to the bargaining table.
The Chronicle Herald is hiring scabs and not telling the full story. The job postings are interesting though.
Mark Lever has written too many Ivany endorsements, and it shows.