Cuts to Canada's EI Program are making it harder to help our most vulnerable, reduce inequality, protect seasonal workers and ensure a more fair and prosperous future for our country.
Canadian labour unions
Union leaders and activists are trying to engage and diversify membership and support their members. However, shouldn't this also extend to pro-animal members and animal rights?
Larry Savage, Director of the Brock University Centre for Labour Studies, discusses why Canada's labour movement opted for new leadership and the multiple factors at play.
Unions built the middle class in the last century and, with the right conditions, can do so again this century, a new report by Unifor economist Jordan Brennan has found.
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.
Canadian Labour Congress incumbent Ken Georgetti has been CLC President for 15 years. H.G. Watson caught up with him to talk about the current leadership campaign and the future of the CLC.
PSAC members working for Parks Canada gathered in Ottawa to discuss the protection of Canada's national parks and heritage institutions and prepare for upcoming collective bargaining.
Why are Canadian media unions concerned about the potential watering down of CRTC regulations? Why, they're worried about protecting jobs of course!
They've never unionized before. Can Unifor organize Toyota? This is Unifor's first high-profile test of organizing strength and they'll need to overcome 30 years of stigma in order to be successful.
Three Carleton residence fellows have resigned from their positions over what they say are unsafe working conditions, a lack of administrative support and after a failed attempt to unionize.