Mining Watch May 11
The Sisson Mine project (Northcliff/HDI/Todd Minerals) is currently applying for permission to dump millions of tons of mining waste into the headwaters of the pristine Nashwaak river and watershed.
Food Secure Canada May 11
The government just signalled where it is likely headed on food policy and to be frank, it’s not looking good from the perspective of most Food Secure Canada members.
UFCW Local 401 May 11
Workers at the Elbow River Casino in Calgary are the latest to join UFCW Local 401. A vote of eligible employees was held at the casino on April 28 and 29, 2018.
United Food and Commercial Workers May 11
UFCW Canada is calling on members and allies to support safe factories and workers’ rights in Bangladesh by sending a message to Walmart urging the company to sign the 2018 Transition Accord.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario May 4
ETFO is making a poster and diverse tools available to people celebrating Asian and South Asian Heritage Month in Ontario. The poster features six innovative and inspiring Asian Canadian writers.
United Steelworkers May 4
The recent wage data provided by Statistics Canada, from their monthly Labour Force Survey (LFS), is encouraging. However, it is important not to overstate the acceleration evident in the recent data.
Toronto & York Region Labour Council April 30
Toronto &  York Region Labour Council
Ontario government education funding has failed to keep pace with inflation and other emerging needs and, more importantly, societal expectations and ever-growing needs of our students.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions April 30
"I applaud the Liberal members and MPs who have championed this pharmacare resolution throughout the Liberal policymaking process,” said Linda Silas, President of the CFNU
Socialist Worker April 30
On April 28th, injured workers are demanding a compensation system that treats them with fairness, dignity and provides for means to go on living in the midst of struggle, pain and economic loss.
OSSTF Press Release April 30
The theme of Education Week 2018, Public Education – It’s for Everyone, recognizes a publicly-funded education system is perhaps the province’s most important asset.
United Steelworkers April 30
The United Steelworkers (USW), which represents thousands of workers of Indigenous ancestry is appearing before the Parliamentary Committee on Northern and Indigenous Affairs to support Bill C-262.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 25
CUPE Ontario and CUPE Canada issue a statement celebrating the unsung heroes who emerged in the wake of the horrific hit and run at Yonge and Finch in Toronto.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees April 25
AUPE, the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA) and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) are campaigning to update Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Code.
Unifor April 25
Unifor joins several stakeholders, including most Canadian airport authorities, in celebrating news that the federal government’s controversial study of airport privatization has been shelved.
Inter Pares April 25
This powerful documentary chronicles the journey of fourteen Rohingya refugee youth in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, who take to the stage to re-enact their families' harrowing experiences.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 18
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has asked the Auditor General of Canada to investigate what led Canada Post to fraudulently report workplace injuries.
Hospital Employees' Union April 18
The provincial government’s plan to protect patients from extra-billing by practitioners and private clinics is fundamental to restoring quality health care and equitable access to services.
Ontario Health Coalition April 18
Ontario Health Coalition
Mr. Ford was quoted in Thunder Bay’s media yesterday falsely stating that comparable hospital beds cost $3,500 while long-term care beds cost a fraction of that. This is not true.
Canadians for Tax Fairness April 13
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadians need to see that there are swift and substantial consequences for individuals and companies that are shirking their tax responsibilities or Canadians will lose faith in the system.
Public Service Alliance of Canada April 13
For forty years, PSAC has worked with the broader child care movement to fight for a universal, high quality child care system for Canada. We now have an important opportunity to achieve that goal.
Upstream April 13
Homelessness is complicated. There’s not one easy or simple solution. But we cannot let those remain excuses for doing nothing, or even too little.
Canadian Health Coalition April 5
Dr. Brian Day, CEO of a for-profit surgery clinic, Charter challenge to the ban on extra billing and the use of private insurance for publicly insured services under the Charter, resumes April 9.
Mining Watch April 5
The government has set out some ambitious objectives for this bill, but several shortcomings must be addressed in order for the new Impact Assessment Act to meet those goals.
UFCW Local 401 April 5
Our Good Groceries campaign is ongoing, and it’s all about you. Our job is to let everyone know that you have a perspective and a viewpoint that needs to be heard.
United Food and Commercial Workers April 5
The media’s trial of Singh for alleged extremism reveals a major double standard. Former and current Conservative leaders have supported extremism with little media scrutiny and accountability.
Fair Vote Canada April 5
Fair Vote Canada
The sensitivity of our first-past-the-post system to small shifts in voter preferences leads to hyper-partisan behaviour and increases the incentives to engage in dirty tricks and wedge politics.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation March 30
On April 13 and 14, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) will host the international researchED movement at a conference for educators at Mississauga Secondary School.
Canadian Union of Public Employees March 30
CUPE Newfoundland Labrador is very pleased to hear Minister Kirby announce that all the province’s libraries will remain open and suggest that new libraries may be coming.
United Steelworkers March 30
To be truly progressive, however, a trade deal needs strong, enforceable provisions on key issues such as labour rights and environmental standards.
Unifor March 30
Protected leave is important so women do not lose their jobs for missing work. but we know that economic security is critical when a woman decides to escape a violent situation.