Right now the Christy Clark Liberals are trying to pass legislation restructuring bargaining in the health sector.
Harassment and bullying have grown to disturbing proportions in our society, and it’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure our schools and workplaces are safe environments.
Hopefully the health authority will use this opportunity to work with health unions to develop programs that emphasize prevention and consultation rather than punishment and coercion.
Kelowna’s Crossroads Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centre announced it will permanently be closing its doors after 37 years of service to the community,
While we have made some progress on women's equality over the years, gender discrimination, including violence against women, is still a major problem -- and it hurts all of us.
Covers workers who work in publicly funded hospitals, long-term care facilities, emergency health services, health authority corporate offices and warehouses, and in other settings.
Medicare advocates are calling on the provincial government to take swift action against the clinic to ensure that the principles of equity and accessibility are preserved.
Bill 22 impacts all workers, when the right to free collective bargaining is under attack, all unions will stand together to defend that right.
Establishment of seniors’ advocate a positive move, but government response to ombudsperson’s report fails to address need for enforceable standards of care and minimum staffing levels.
This day is an opportunity for people around North America to clearly and peacefully express their desire for fairness and equality in our society and our economy.