"Privatization is not the solution," said Lemelin. "Mail delivery must remain a public service, not a for-profit business."
The government presented the same proposal to gut sick leave to all of the Treasury Board bargaining tables.
"Who will pay?" This question usually dominates our transit debate, but what if the focus was on "how much would we save by investing in transit?"
The Parliamentary Budget Officer released a report on August 14 that confirms PSAC's assertion that the government is making reckless cuts to public services.
The Peoples' Social Forum brought together thousands of activists from several social movements from across the country who now have protecting quality public services on all their agendas.
Canada Post's latest profits prove what postal workers have been saying all along: alternatives to cutting postal service should not be dismissed.
May 6, 2014 to May 7, 2014
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The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives invites you to a conversation about the taxes required to pay for the society we want.
Postal workers gathered to check out the facts about postal banking in Ottawa this weekend. From international success stories to strategy, here is a report on what they discussed.
Watch this interview with George Collins and John Anderson, discussing the case for offering banking services through the post office in Canada, and the success of New Zealand's KiwiBank.
When you've been working for the CBC for over 30 years, you've seen a lot of cuts. One producer shares her thoughts on what can be done to keep Canada's public broadcaster running and relevant.