United Food and Commercial Workers March 1
Nearly one million Canadians spent less on necessities like food and heat to afford their prescriptions in 2016. Read the study findings and join the fight for pharmacare.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada February 23
Check out ARCC’s series of one-page exposés and memes below on the funding given to anti-choice groups under the Canada Summer Jobs program.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees February 23
support staff have been bargaining with the Living Waters Catholic Board, and they still don’t have a renewed contract. Demand a fair contract for support staff now. Find out more here.
Canadian Union of Public Employees February 22
Support staff in schools across Nova Scotia are concerned that restructuring school boards will create unstable labour relations, much like what we’ve seen happen to the health care system.
United Steelworkers February 22
Canada is not among the “bad actors” engaged in unfair trade and dumping of aluminum and steel into the United States and must be excluded from potential U.S. tariffs and quotas.
Unifor February 22
Unifor
After 16 years lost to a B.C. Liberal government obsessed with the wealthy, today’s budget marks a new start for this province’s working people,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers February 15
Mostly female rural and suburban mail carriers make 25% less than their urban predominantly male counterparts at Canada Post. CUPW is insisting that this issue be addressed.
National Union of Public and General Employees February 15
National Union of Public and General Employees
A year ahead of the global financial collapse in 2009, All Together Now was conceived. It is now going into its second phase to ramp up the fight for a fair economy and justice.
Hospital Employees' Union February 15
The B.C. Ministry of Health announced today it will make prescription medicines more affordable for low-income, working families, by reducing or eliminating PharmaCare deductibles.
Canadians for Tax Fairness February 15
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The federal government is letting large foreign corporations such as Google, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Uber and others off the hook on paying taxes on digital products and services in Canada.
Public Service Alliance of Canada February 15
PSAC National Executive Vice-President Chris Aylward appeared before the Senate Finance Committee to highlight the problems the Phoenix pay system has caused and to outline two of PSAC's key demands.
Food Secure Canada February 15
Canada’s largest food companies colluded to artificially increase the price of bread from 2001 to 2015. Six things you need to know about this scheme, including how to help improve access to food.
Mining Watch February 9
Eabametoong First Nation (EFN) is demanding a judicial review of Ontario's permit for Landore Resources to drill for gold in environmentally and culturally sensitive areas.
UFCW Local 401 February 9
Negotiations and talks with UFCW and Sobeys management have commenced in British Columbia, Manitoba and in Alberta. Read the letter to Sobey's management to glimpse what Sobeys has been doing.
United Food and Commercial Workers February 9
Have a Heart Day is an annual call to bring equal funding and services to First Nations children living on reserve. On February 14th and 15th, join their call for equal funding and better protections
Fair Vote Canada February 9
Fair Vote Canada
Electoral reform is not going away and, despite the broken promise federally, has considerable momentum at the provincial level. British Columbia, Quebec, and Prince Edward Island are moving forward.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario February 9
In ETFO Voice, Matthew Morris argues that educators have not sufficiently dealt with the issue of race in classrooms. Instead, schools and educators have adopted policies which fail black students.
Socialist Worker February 2
Did his inner circle, caucus and the Queen’s Park press corps know, but all kept it quiet, part of what used to be called a “gentleman’s agreement?” How long did they know?
Toronto & York Region Labour Council February 2
Toronto &  York Region Labour Council
This open letter by John Cartwright is intended as an urgent call for leaders in our movement,at every level, to strive to find a solution to this potential rupture before it becomes irreparable.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada February 2
What are the changes recently announced by the Liberal government to crack down on anti-abortion groups’ use of the Canada Summer Jobs program to get thousands of dollars in public funds.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation January 26
On behalf of our 60,000 members, I want to congratulate Ms. Naidoo-Harris and Ms. Hunter, and welcome them to their new portfolios,” said OSSTF/FEESO President Harvey Bischof.
United Steelworkers January 26
Compelling evidence from Canadian union members is being cited as a key factor in a federal government ruling that defends domestic manufacturing jobs and imposes anti-dumping duties on foreign steel.
Unifor January 26
Unifor
”Despite a new name, there is nothing remotely progressive about the TPP, and Unifor remains opposed to this bad trade deal,” said Unifor National President Jerry Dias.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario January 26
Our members report that the number and severity of violent incidents is increasing and front line supports are lacking for students with high risk behaviours, said ETFO President Sam Hammond.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers January 19
It’s now time for Canada Post management to put the necessary effort and resources into this matter to meet its obligations. CUPW is ready to proceed.
National Union of Public and General Employees January 19
National Union of Public and General Employees
Despite being a profitable multinational company, Tim Hortons refuses to respect the spirit of the new labour law to improve wages and working condition of low paid workers.
Hospital Employees' Union January 19
B.C. needs a plan to build more public and non-profit residential care facilities to meet the care needs of the province’s aging population, says the Hospital Employees’ Union.
Upstream January 19
The more that is known about our current system, the better equipped we will be to mobilize effective practices nationally and to improve population health moving forward.
Public Service Alliance of Canada January 12
PSAC shares the scepticism and frustration of our members as a result of the continuous blunders on the part of this government when it comes to payroll problems.
Canadians for Tax Fairness January 12
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The steps the federal and provincial governments are making are important, the measures are not clear and robust enough to effectively combat money laundering, tax evasion and other crimes.

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