Nigerian students Victoria Ordu and Favour Amadi were given the toughest possible punishment for working at Wal-Mart, while apparently Wal-Mart faces no penalty.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is at it again, blaming workers for everything that is wrong with government and the economy while giving Government Boss Stephen Harper a free pass.
By the end of September 2010, student debt exceeded nearly $15 billion and growing - higher than the debt of some provinces.
The RBC case is just the latest example of a shameless system without controls, where corporations only do what is right for them.
The announcement doesn't address the well-being of the more than 80,000 agriculture workers who are currently denied the same workplace rights, protections that most Ontario workers take for granted.
Despite the labour board’s decision, the employer continues to disregard the labour rights of its employees, and the courts’ time, by demanding an appeal of the labour board’s denial.
Lori Theresa Waller
A recap of the week's top labour stories: Quebec court upholds farm workers' right to bargain, undocumented migrant workers rounded up in Vancouver, backlash to Saskatchewan Bill 85 grows, and more.
1916: Women in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta win the right to vote in provincial elections in those provinces.
One Billion Rising began as a call to action based on the staggering statistic that 1 in 3 women on the planet will be beaten or raped during her lifetime.
The Ontario government must not wait for another tragedy before it acts.