The one-time, six million dollars in new funding announced for Community Living BC is inadequate to stem the crisis in support and funding faced by the families of adults with development.
For Jack Layton politics was about working together, moving forward and building a better future for everyone. All of us must work to see his goals for Canadian political life achieved.
With corporate childcare, the profit motive comes at the expense of families and workers.
Coast guard employee relieved of his duties for publicly disagreeing with the federal government's decision to move the Marine Rescue Centres to Halifax.
Programs helping businesses, protecting consumers and supporting adults with developmental disabilities will be hit hardest in this first wave of cuts.
It is hard to fathom how subjects like determining bargaining units and levels of negotiation cannot be viewed as being of fundamental importance to the exercise of basic associational rights.
Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) campaigners welcome support but emphasize that the revenues should be used to tackle poverty and climate change.
From Canada to the Middle East, Europe to Asia, South America to Africa, the United States to the Pacific Rim, private and public sector unions are uniting to defend quality public services.
Community social services workers and their supporters in British Columbia are taking their call for a fair collective agreement into the streets of downtown Vancouver on Thursday, June 16, 8 am.
The concept of a tax "freedom" day has always been a corporate sham to undermine the value of the public sector and public services.