This year, Black History Month comes at a critical moment for human rights and equality in North America.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
With 570,000 members across Canada, CUPE represents workers in health care, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, public utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines.
Campus labour and student groups at the University of Manitoba held a rally on January 27 in opposition to major across-the-board cuts.
Unless the current trend of rising inequality is checked, the richest 1% will overtake the 99% next year.
The Fraser Institute's latest attack on wages and benefits for working people shows how out of touch with economic reality the right-wing organization is.
We need public solutions and federal leadership.
With 2014 about to end as the warmest year on record, it is becoming more and more urgent that meaningful action to address climate change take place.
Pursing the Liberal government's privatization plan for Hydro One's electrical distribution assets is a costly mistake.
Canada's abysmal record on climate change will again be put under the microscope at COP 20.
Over half (53.5 per cent) of those who experience domestic violence report that at least one type of abusive act happened at or near the workplace.
A new report warns that controversial investor protection rules in the proposed CETA could expose Canada to a new wave of corporate lawsuits that restrict the powers of all levels of governments.