'For far too long we've let some of our opponents define us:' CUPE president Paul Moist bridges gaps in the trade union movementH.G. Watson | CUPE President Paul Moist expands on his plan to build coalitions in Canada, how to change public perceptions of unions and the role of temporary foreign workers in Canada.
|News H.G. Watson | The Canadian Labour Congress spurs on an initiative called 'Better Choices Waterloo Region,' which identifies and endorses progressive candidates in municipal elections.|
|News Lori Theresa Waller | Labour reporter Lori Theresa Waller recently discussed some of the themes of two upcoming union conference with Hassan Yussuff, Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Labour Congress.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | The latest victory of business-funded politics was recorded last week when the Harper Conservatives passed Bill C-377 aimed at hobbling the ability of trade unions to participate in public life.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Alison Redford appears to want to try to maintain the informal alliance her government built in the last days of last spring's provincial election with unionized public service workers|
|Podcast John Bonnar | Over 100 people gathered Friday afternoon at the Chinese Railway Workers Monument in Toronto to pay tribute to workers killed, suffered disease or injury on the job.|
|Blog Andrew Jackson | Today, the Canadian Labour Congress celebrated Corporate Tax Freedom Day -- defined as the day on which corporations have paid their share of all government taxes.|
|News Ken Georgetti | Being in a union means earning a decent wage so that people can buy a home, a car, raise a family, take a vacation, put their kids through college, and retire in dignity.|
Labour law in Alberta: If you want better policies, you're just going to have to elect better politiciansDavid J. Climenhaga | Isn't it interesting how when Alberta's largest union got 24,000 signatures on a petition calling for better labour laws, they were ignored by the Tories?
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The CFIB claims to represent about 100,000 "entrepreneurs" in Canada. Alas, those good people aren't getting much value for their membership fees.|
|News Ken Georgetti | The National Day of Mourning was established in Canada at the urging of the Canadian Labour Congress in 1984, and is now recognized in over 80 countries around the world.|
|Podcast Mitch Podolak, Michael Welch, Ashley Titterton | Alert! Radio #169 – Interviews with Murray Dobbin, Kai Hasserliis & Chris Roberts. Headlines, Around the Left in 7 Days and Music is the Weapon.|