UFCW Canada is calling on members and allies to support safe factories and workers’ rights in Bangladesh by sending a message to Walmart urging the company to sign the 2018 Transition Accord.
David J. Climenhaga
Governments are hesitant to move forward on workplace safety legislation, lest it compromise the profits of the "job creators" we celebrate.
What happens when you are hurt on the job? UFCW 175 member Kim was injured while working at a grocery store. Read her story.
Workers, friends and allies call for justice on Injured Workers' Day with a rally and march.
A BC court judge handed down a 14-month sentence to an inmate of Surrey Pretrial Services Centre for assaulting a correctional officer. Victim was the target of a vicious assault using fecal matter.
In 2014, there were over 50,000 serious injuries in British Columbia. Yet very few workers refuse unsafe work. Now we know why.
Suncor Energy has ceased operations due to safety concerns for employees and has begun demobilizing non-critical staff.
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Toronto's Workers' Action Centre has released a new report, Still Living on the Edge: Building Decent Jobs from the Ground Up, which addresses issues facing Ontario's workers.
Safety on the St. Lawrence Seaway is a major issue in a labour dispute involving five Unifor locals who say hands-free moorings are a major safety concern.