The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has locked-out their workers over a contract dispute. As a result of being out of work since the 15th many have had to look elsewhere for money. Some are doing freelance work.
In a very creative way to support each other and get public support some locked out workers have made a website. It has podcasts from CBC workers and job info for those that need to find some quick cash.
If these workers are creative enough to do this (and it is getting a fair bit of coverage), why would CBC management lock them out? Does the future of labour disputes exist online.