Where was Organized Labour at Winnipeg's Climate Strike?

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On Friday, September 27th, an estimated 12,000 people met in front of the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg to participate in a global climate strike, organized by Indigenous youth and students. According to some local leftists, this number was likely double the turnout of Winnipeg’s 2003 anti-war protests, making it possibly the largest political mobilization in the city since the 80s. But where was organized labour? After the rousing conference and events marking the 1919 General Strike Centenary earlier this year, is labour leadership more interested in performativity of working class power than actually building it? https://www.mbyouthforclimateaction.org/

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