CUPE stands with all workers organizing for safe working conditions, a living wage, benefits and a decent pension, as well as for accessible, affordable public services.
In 2019, the labour movement around the world prepares its demonstrations of hope, solidarity, and support for collective action at a time of major worker distress and unrest.
To celebrate May Day, rabble is focusing on the accomplishments of women in the workplace. We spoke with outgoing CLC secretary-treasurer Barbara Byers about her work as a labour activist.
On Sunday April 30, Mayworks brought together three performances about migrant activism in Journey to Belong.
The immigrants-rights movement, organized by some of the most vulnerable people in the U.S., is hitting the streets in force on May 1.
Toronto airport workers celebrated May Day with a rally demanding equal pay for equal work, $15 minimum wage, sick days and an end to precarious work.
There are many meanings to May Day. Members of the Graphic History Collective tell us what the Workers' holiday is all about.
The legacy and lessons of May Day, with Stephanie Ross, co-director of the Global Research Centre at York University.
Does Canada need a new kind of unionism? Perhaps.
Unions in Quebec are mobilizing today on May Day against austerity. Why? Because enough is enough and it's time to stand up against austerity.