The City of Toronto’s hasty decision to declare an impasse in bargaining is the “latest step in the Ford administration’s campaign against public services.
The end of 2011 was marked by an unprecedented attack against the pension plans of hundreds of thousands of Quebec workers.
Are provincial and territorial finance ministers going to follow the federal governments lead and continue with an option that only benefit banks and the finance industry?
There is no evidence the average pay of public sector workers in Canada is consistently higher than comparable occupations in the private sector, reports a new study released today by CUPE.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance is observed internationally on November 20 in memory of transgender and transsexual persons who have been the victims of transphobic violence.
Business elites are attacking the last remaining stronghold of unionism -- public sector workers. Michael Hurley says unions need creative new strategies in response.
Federal arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson released a decision on the arbitration between Air Canada and its flight attendants. Paul Moist, national president of CUPE, calls it profoundly disappointing.
Nov 12, 2011
Ryerson Student Union
63 Gould StreetToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 29.3004" N, 79° 22' 41.7324" W
Day School: Understanding and Fighting Austerity
Nov 9, 2011
St. James Park
King & Church streets Look for the GTWA tent near the North West corner of the park (close to Adelaide near the bathrooms). Dress for the weather.Toronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 59.6904" N, 79° 22' 27.8904" W
This Tuesday November 8th at 8pm the GTWA will bring City of Toronto Workers from CUPE 416 and 79 to Occupation Toronto.
The rule of law has suddenly been given a rather flexible interpretation by the Harper government in the arena of labour relations.