Migrant workers’ lives are controlled in every way—they often live in cramped quarters, work long hours, are prevented from unionizing, and can be deported at any time if they speak out.

It’s by design.

In our latest video, author and activist Harsha Walia speaks about the commodification of immigrant workers in Canada, and the system that works at every turn to cheapen their labour and reinforce their vulnerability.

Read the full interview here.

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