As part of The Canadian Labour International Film Festival in November, the Institute of Political Economy will be screening a selection of this year’s films. After this content becomes available on November 25th at 7:00 pm, you will have 2 hours to start watching. Once you begin, you’ll have 24 hours to finish watching. The event is free and offered online, but you do have to register ahead of time. You can do that here, and also find out more about the films being screened.

Among the films being screened is a documentary by our colleague Michael Ostroff.

Justice & Dignity for All: Stories From the Struggle for Pay Equity (Canada)
English, French – 33:52 mins
For decades the sisters and brothers who delivered the mail in rural and suburban Canada were forced to work without any benefits — just like gig-workers today. No sick leave; no maternity leave; no holiday pay. They made less than minimum wage. The vast majority of them were women.