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From the Margins
Workers go directly to jail while boss passes go and collects your $200
Regular Show
Asaf Rashid, MC Liddz
 asaf  Contact Contributor
Sept. 4, 2017, 9:39 a.m.
From the Margins is produced by Asaf Rashid, formerly out of Fredericton but now based in Calgary. He spends his days articling for community legal aid, and his nights (sometimes) trying to make radio.

This show talks about how Canadian criminal law re-enforces exploitation of workers, using the example of workplace theft. Workers are severely dealt with for workplace theft while employers can avoid paying wages with little to no consequence.

Disclaimer: Nothing in this From the Margins episode is meant to support imprisonment. The example given is just trying to make a point.

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