Andrew Cash is the co-founder of the Urban Worker Project, a national initiative aimed at building a stronger voice and better conditions for freelance, on contract, self employed and part time workers in Canada. As a Member of Parliament he tabled ground breaking legislation dealing with precarious work which led to first time protections for unpaid interns under federal labour laws. Prior to politics Andrew worked as a freelance writer covering a broad range of social, political and environmental issues for Now Magazine. Andrew is a Juno and SOCAN award winning musician and composer with over a dozen albums to his credit. He lives in Toronto with his wife and four children.