Research Associate and Project Coordinator, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Lynne has a Master's in economics from the University of Manitoba, where she discovered that the so-called "dreary science" could actually be very interesting. She has a particular fondness for labour and environmental issues, as well as community economic development, government policy and economic history. Lynne works as the Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues.
Publication: Migrant Voices
Publication: When does temporary become permanent?
Unit 205-765 Main St.
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Agriculture and horticulture workers and General farm workers
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Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Other provinces, Federal, Nova Scotia, and National relevance