Interview. The state of Canada’s workforce having a ‘trickle down’ effect in King. York Region, Laura Broadley (February 17).
Interview. Traffic snarls. Cyber threats. Program cuts. Why low pay, high stress jobs at city hall are causing headaches for Toronto residents. Toronto Star, Ben Spurr (January 20).
Interview. Law proposal for workers to know if they are being electronically tracked. Excalibur, Jannat Yaqobi (March 10).
Interview. A golden opportunity awaits the public service sector post-pandemic. Globe & Mail, John Ibbitson (May 26th)
Interview. Laid-off airline workers mull post-COVID job options as industry languishes. CTV News, Jon Victor (March 16th).
Interview. A Living Wage. Democracy at Work podcast with Richard Wolff. (June 7).
Interview. Distance Learning: An Assessment of Experiences in University (Didatttica e Distanza Un Biliancio dell’esperienza nelle universita). OMNI Italian News (November 26th).
Interview. They’ve kept Toronto running during COVID-19, but essential workers can’t afford to live here. A ‘made in Toronto model’ may hold the solutions. Toronto Star, Joseph Hall (Sept 11th).
Op-ed (with Heather Whiteside. Profiting from the Pandemic. The Hill Times (June 1).
Op-Ed. Leaders Serious About Tackling Low-Wage Work Should Embrace Unions. Huffington Post (September 24).
Interview. Lower Wages, Less Job Security: More Than 2 Million Canadians Worked in Temporary Jobs Last year. Press Progress (May 17).
Op-Ed. So Much for ‘Austerity-lite’ in Ontario. Policy Options (May 15). With Greg Albo and Bryan Evans
Op-Ed. It’s time We Dispel the Myth of ‘Progressive Liberalism’ in Ontario. Huffington Post Canada (October 10).
Interviews: “The “Right to Disconnect” from after work hours emails.” CBC Radio Calgary, The EyeOpener; CBC Winnipeg, Information Radio; CBC Radio Vancouver, The Early Edition; CBC Radio Canada International (September 3)
Op-Ed. Fight for a Living Wage This Labour Day. Huffington Post Canada (September 2)
The Agenda on TVO (aired July 23). Interview with Nam Kiwanuka. Why Ontario Municipalities are Struggling to Make Ends Meet.
Interview: Gianpietro Nagliati. 905: Il Prefiso che decide i Governi (Ontario Votes: 905 – The Prefix the Decides Who Governs). (Aired May 17). Omni News Italian Edition.
Op-Ed: Underfunded Ontario Cities face uncertain future Without New Revenue Tools. Huffington Post Canada (March 23, 2018).
Interview: Emanuela Orsini. (Aired September 30). Orari di Lavoro piu Flessibili ma Meno Stabili (Hours of Work More Flexible But less Stable). OMNI News Italian Edition.
Interview: Gianpietro Nagliati. (Aired September 4). Omni News Italian Edition Labour Day Special.
Interview: The Rise of Precarious Work (March 2). Winnie Ng and Carlo Fanelli in Conversation with Melissa Yu Vanti. Ryerson University Podcast Series.
Interview. Jeff Gray (March 3). Toronto Reaches Tentative Four-Year Deal with Inside-Workers Union. Globe & Mail.
Interview. Geoffrey Vendeville. (February 29, 2016). ‘Jobs for life’ clause at Centre of Toronto Labour Dispute. Toronto Star.
Interview: Sara Mojtehedzadeh. (January 25, 2016). Critics See Bloat in Police Payrolls. Toronto Star.
Interview: Marielle Torrefranca. (October 23, 2015). Debate on Unpaid Internships Still Evolving. J-Source.
Carol Goar (October 23, 2014). Mayoral Candidates Fight over Details, Not Dreams. Toronto Star
Interview: The Shake Up Windsor/Detroit Radio – CJAM 99.1, September 5th. Paul Chislett in conversation with Carlo Fanelli on the Neoliberal City and Pamela Palmeter on Indigenous Issues Today.
Interview: The Brock Press, “Austerity, Neoliberalism and Brock University,” Sept 3, http://www.brockpress.com/2013/09/austerity-neoliberalism-and-brock-university/
Audio: Toronto Budget 2012
Episode 200 (January 25th 2012). Canadian Dimension Magazine, Alert Radio
Carlo Fanelli analyses what was accomplished at Toronto City Hall to limit the regressive measures introduced by Mayor Rob Ford and the shape of the battles still to come. Political scientist Dennis Pilon reflects on the history of municipal amalgamations that bring to power right-wing mayors like Rob Ford in Torontoand Larry O’Brien in Ottawa largely owing to votes from once independent outlying middle class and wealthy suburban communities that swamp the votes of those residing in the city proper. Political economist Sam Gindin unravels the European debt crisis and austerity agendas of governments everywhere and their impact on a stagnating global economy. He examines the limitations of resistance movements as they emerged in 2011 and suggests new strategies for 2012. Available at: http://canadiandimension.com/alert/episode-200/
Audio: Selling the City: Rob Ford’s Toronto. Vancouver Cooperative Radio, CFRO 102.7FM
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has embarked on a program of widespread cuts to public services. Carlo Fanelli worked part-time for the city of Toronto for the past decade. He’s the author of a recent article titled Selling the City: Rob Ford’s Toronto. We spoke with him about the Rob Ford administration a year into its term. Vancouver Cooperative Radio, CFRO 102.7 FM. October 24. Interview available here: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/91-1-Rob_Fords_Toronto.mp3