Job security and expanded employment opportunities are the main focus as bargaining resumes with health employers.
After spending so much on the Olympics, will the B.C. government claim that the cupboard is bare when they table the 2010 budget two days after the Games end?
CUPE welcomes an independent review of P3s in B.C. as evidence mounts that Canadians are being sold a bill of goods with privatization.
Are the Winter Olympics are a convenient tool for the government to transfer yet more public funds into the hands of backers in the private sector?
Hundreds of members of Canadians Against Proroguing Parliament will rally outside B.C.'s Legislature today when Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives to address the legislature.
The recent B.C. Court of Appeal decision on Insite establishes some groundbreaking positions that will have lasting effects for generations to come in the health versus criminalization debate.
B.C. residents want to keep the oil tanker moratorium protecting their coastline, but the Harper government has made it disappear. (Photo: lx2yvr)
For two years, community activists in Salmon Arm led the fight against a Smart!Centres development planned for an environmentally sensitive floodplain.To no one's surprise, Smart!Centres is back.
For two years, activists in Salmon Arm led the fight against a Smart!Centres development planned for an environmentally sensitive floodplain. A year later, the developer is back, slicker and meaner.
The problems facing our sockeye and other fisheries are not secret. Overfishing and habitat destruction are the key culprits. Fixing this will not be painless.