Christy Clark government's latest political ploy in its dispute with the BC Teachers Federation demonstrates the BC Liberals' lack of commitment to education.
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.
The news that the proposed Canada-European trade deal, and its dangerous provisions that threaten vital public services, is being nixed by Germany is welcomed by a lot of people.
Public Services International is calling for an immediate long-lasting ceasefire and return to negotiations in the Israel and Palestine conflict.
After Transport Canada granted an exemption to Air Canada to operate with fewer flight attendants, people took a stand against federal government and airline industry plans to weaken passenger safety.
Confused about the Temporary Foreign Worker Program? Here is a break down of the changes and what they mean.
The Alberta government has decided to build new schools in the traditional model, and abandon the so-called "public private partnership" approach.
Kathleen Wynne can credit her victory to a strategy of wooing NDP voters with a progressive agenda. It’s now up to her to deliver.
Hudak's corporate tax cut would cost the Ontario government $20 billion in tax revenues over eight years. It would also create few if any jobs.
Hundreds of people rallied in Windsor calling on all parties to end Ontario’s growing poverty crisis.
Rotating strikes by the BC Teachers Federation began yesterday and CUPE BC President Mark Hancock said Premier Christy Clark needs to find a real solution to the problem her government has created.