Indigenous People, Wage, Labour and Trade Unions: The Historical Experiences in Canada

Have Indigenous people in Canada been active as wage labourers and union members? If so, what have been the circumstances? When and where and for what reasons have Indigenous people worked for wages and been union members
and how have they fared in these roles? In this short paper we examine a wide range of recent studies that have looked at various aspects of these questions.

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Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Winnipeg, MB, Canada