The pandemic has allowed Ontario Premier Doug Ford to dramatically transform his image from a bully siding with big business to kindly "uncle Doug."
This year's theme, Rising Up, is a call for government action on expanding public and not-for-profit child care facilities, and supporting decent work with better wages and better working conditions.
Sixty union jobs have been lost in Bowmanville, Ontario, amid a pandemic crisis in long-term care homes.
A legal coalition returns to court to advocate for physical distancing in shelters to protect homeless people from COVID-19.
RadioLabour's Canada Report: Nurses' union says governments have mismanaged the pandemic. And the Ontario Labour Relations Board rules against education unions.
At a press conference hosted by four Ontario teacher unions, epidemiologists warned that autumn will bring higher rates of COVID-19 infection if changes are not implemented.
Ontario's four major education unions are deeply concerned by the decision of the chair of the Ontario Labour Relations Board to dismiss health and safety case on the reopening of schools.
Filmmaker Peter Findlay and Unifor president Jerry Dias talk about the film "Company Town" and how union and workers got General Motors to back down on the Oshawa plant closure in 2019.
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Susan Campbell and Angie Lynch talk about Just Recovery Ontario, a campaign pushing for a strengthened post-pandemic social safety net.
Ford puts blame for the mess we're back into on individuals. But the difference between them and him is they didn't have the capacity to alleviate or screw up the lives of a whole province.