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.
Nova Scotia premier Stephen McNeil says Nova Scotia's 75,000 public sector workers are welcome to bargain collectively -- so long as they don't expect to negotiate wages.
It was heartwarming to listen to the majority of Cambridge city councillors overwhelmingly support the motion to become a living wage at the supporter level, for all the right reasons.
The living wage isn't a cure-all, but across the globe it is one important way in which progressive employers and communities can help stem the tide of low-wage work.
UFCW Canada and allies have launched the Canadian Migrant Workers Rights Coalition (CMWRC) -- a national group composed of migrant-worker advocates and community partners.
The message of a new report is as unambiguous as it is surprising. For all the talk about what will grow the economy, the key component to future economic growth is rising wages and salaries.
With consultations starting up again this week, the special advisers for Ontario's Changing Workplace Review would do well to look at two new developments in U.S. labour markets.
The Rand Formula introduced a new form of union security. Here's a look at the ongoing struggles to keep it.
More than 300 collective agreements are up for re-negotiation this year in Nova Scotia. Finance Minister Randy Delorey leaves little to the imagination about what the government hopes to accomplish.
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