The government's actions have made workers in developmental services fall through the cracks.
School Mental Health Ontario recently released a new mental health in action literacy course.
ETFO has submitted 40 recommendations to the Ontario Ministry of Education to help ensure health and safety and quality learning in plans for school reopening.
In addition to COVID-19, Hamilton Pride is dealing with the aftermath of police actions from 2019. A conversation with Cameron Kroetsche of the Pride board about this year's festival.
Responsibility for the crisis in long-term care exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic resides at a much higher level than the worker making $15 an hour.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he plans to hold long-term care companies that continued to draw profits while seniors lay sick and dying accountable. Will that include Mike Harris?
Foodora couriers and drivers in Toronto and Mississauga voted in favour of unionization with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, becoming the first app-based workforce in Canada to do so.
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Sarah Jama talks about disability justice, large-scale mutual aid during the pandemic, and the struggle against anti-Black racism and police brutality.
Three months into a pandemic that disproportionately impacts equity-seekers, CUPE Ontario continues to call on the province to collect and publish relevant data.
Ontario isn't doing well in the daily reality show where chief medical officers of the provinces perform.