Mining Watch
Groups urge governments to halt Ajax mine project review until full feasibility study is released
Jan 20 2016
Local, provincial, and national groups are asking the federal and provincial governments to halt the review period on the Application for proposed Ajax open pit mine in Kamloops.
United Food and Commercial Workers
How you can help the workers at Covered Bridge Potato Chips
Jan 20 2016
You can help to bring justice to workers at Covered Bridge Potato Chips. Send a message to the company to get back to bargaining a fair contract.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Working in extreme cold
Jan 20 2016
In the winter, parts of the country may be affected by extensive periods of extremely cold weather and there are no federal regulations on exposure to extreme cold.
United Steelworkers
Jail time for Metron construction manager a precedent-setting victory
Jan 18 2016
The 3.5 year jail sentence for a construction manager found guilty of criminal negligence in the 2009 deaths of four workers is a victory for advocates of corporate criminal accountability.
Council of Canadians
China interested in free trade agreement if Energy East pipeline approved
Jan 18 2016
Once again, free trade agreements undermine the ability of all levels of governments to regulate the sale or extraction of fossil fuels and promote renewable energy.
National Union of Public and General Employees
Elder care is the new child care
Jan 18 2016
Problem: with a lack of long-term care spaces, shortage of hospital and chronic care beds people are having to be cared for at home. And, most often, this work falls to family members, mainly women.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
Nova Scotia highway workers not surprised by 20 per cent jump in asphalt prices
Jan 15 2016
Privatizing paving plant pushes up prices. For a province that is preaching fiscal restraint at every turn, this sure doesn't look good on them.
Hospital Employees' Union
Breast cancer case in Supreme Court
Jan 15 2016
The Supreme Court of Canada is hearing a case that could make it easier for women who contract breast cancer on the job to receive Workers Compensation benefits.
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Google Canada please pay your taxes
Jan 15 2016
Justin Trudeau will be at the opening of the new Google development team headquarters. But will he take a moment to pull Google executives aside and ask them to pay their fair share of federal taxes?
United Food and Commercial Workers
Covered Bridge Facebook page gets crunched by public outrage
Jan 13 2016
Public outrage has driven Covered Bridge Potato Chips to take down its Facebook page to hide comments blasting the company for refusing to negotiate a fair contract with its workers.
Unifor
Petition in favour of greater rights and protections for freelancers and precarious workers
Jan 13 2016
Freelance workers face challenges with legal protection, recognition, compensation and rights over their work. Sign this petition and send a message to the Ontario government.
Socialist Worker
Tell Trudeau to cancel Harper's Saudi arms deal
Jan 13 2016
Trudeau was elected by promising "real change," including cancelling Harper's fighter jet contracts. So far the Liberals refuse to cancel Harper's $15-billion arms deal to the Saudi dictatorship.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Ratifying CETA -- easier said than done
Jan 11 2016
There are encouraging signs that the new government in Ottawa is ready to break from the worst excesses of the Harper government. But on trade? The Liberals aren't so different.
United Steelworkers
Canada needs a job creation and just transition plan
Jan 11 2016
2015 was a rocky year for jobs, and trends show 2016 could be even worse without government action. The Canadian Labour Congress cautions that our medium-term economic situation is still precarious.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union
BCGEU opposes renters’ dispute fee hike imposed by B.C. Government
Jan 11 2016
A renter filing a dispute resolution application with the RTB will now have to pay $100. That’s up from $50. How is this fair?
United Food and Commercial Workers
Support fairness at Covered Bridge Potato Chips in New Brunswick
Jan 8 2016
Boycott alert! To support the call for a fair contract, UFCW Canada activists are asking consumers not to buy Covered Bridge Potato Chips until this New Brunswick strike is over.
Public Service Alliance of Canada
Eight things to know about the OLG lockout
Jan 8 2016
On December 16, management at the Rideau Carleton Raceway Slots locked out 124 of its workers. Here are eight things you should know about the current situation.
Hospital Employees' Union
Renew health care
Jan 8 2016
In January, the federal government is meeting with the health ministers of the provinces and territories in Vancouver to discuss a new national agreement. Take action now!
National Union of Public and General Employees
OPSEU President calls on Algonquin College to quit Saudi Arabia
Jan 7 2016
Algonquin College needs to get out of Saudi Arabia, and the Liberals need to give colleges the means to do their job: providing the education that will bring jobs and prosperity to the province.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
Strike in view for 8,000 City of Montreal workers
Jan 7 2016
With this strike, Montreal city workers are protesting the Coderre administration's determination to open the floodgates to subcontracting and privatization.
Council of Canadians
Keystone XL: TransCanada's embarrassing NAFTA lawsuit just the beginning
Jan 7 2016
The Council of Canadians warns that trade agreements like TPP and CETA guarantee an avalanche of challenges to environmental laws and democratic decisions.
United Food and Commercial Workers
Tell this Saskatchewan hotel to treat its employees fairly!
Jan 5 2016
Workers at the Best Western Seven Oaks in Regina, Saskatchewan are on strike. No backpay, lost benefits, and no fair wage await these workers. But you can help do something about it.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Staying power: CEO pay in Canada
Jan 5 2016
By 12:18 p.m. on the first working day of 2016, Canada's highest-paid CEOs already pocketed the average working person's full-year salary.
Unifor
15,000 jobs at risk due to Harper-era CRTC
Jan 5 2016
More than 15,000 jobs are at risk due to CRTC rulings and policies on TV broadcasting left over from the Harper Government.
National Union of Public and General Employees
Truth and Reconciliation Commission is a gift to us all
Dec 23 2015
It was Indigenous people themselves who made this happen. They came up with the idea. They put in the effort. They took on the government.
Inter Pares
Take action for food equality in West Africa
Dec 23 2015
The day we met Assétou in her village, she was angry. None of the women farmers in her association could make ends meet. But she has a vision that promotes sustainable, healthy, and nutritious food.
Public Service Alliance of Canada
PSAC lauds Liberal government's blocking of Bill C-377
Dec 23 2015
Bill C-377 was ushered through Parliament by the last Conservative government. The PSAC's position all along has been that the Bill is unconstitutional and a violation of privacy rights.
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The Canada Revenue Agency needs an overhaul
Dec 22 2015
Canada is bleeding money because our tax system hasn't caught up to twenty-first century practices. An overhaul is long overdue.
Council of Canadians
Digging up dirt from TransCanada's recent Energy East filing
Dec 22 2015
TransCanada has completed filing their application with the NEB bringing us collectively one step closer to the review of this flawed pipeline proposal. Here's a close look at it.
Fair Vote Canada
Twas the night before voting
Dec 22 2015
A 'first-past-the-post' poem to lift your spirits and rouse you to action this holiday season.