Without stable year-over-year funding, public broadcasters cannot present original, diversified programming designed for the public, not for advertisers.
For years we've been telling the provincial government that agencies providing services to First Nations and Aboriginal communities have greater challenges as funding falls far below what is needed.
The untold story at the Saskatoon Public Library involves the growing gap between those who make a good living working at the library and those who struggle to make ends meet.
One of the ways to support the public's right to know is to adopt an 'Open Government' approach to information.
This Labour Day, CUPE is renewing its call on the federal government to convene a national summit on pensions.
We are concerned that this bill violates the right to meaningful collective bargaining. Why is it necessary to remove the right to strike before any job action has occurred or been contemplated?
John Bonnar Audio Blog
Listen to the speech from Paul Moist, National President, CUPE at the CAW-TCA Convention in Toronto.
Communities across Hudson and James Bay are once again reeling from the impacts of the latest Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) cuts to child welfare funding.
For quality, value and effective control, the best way to deal with Toronto's solid waste is in-house. That's not an opinion; that's a fact we are confident will be demonstrated time and again.
The Court has ruled that a number of key clauses were unconstitutional in the budget legislation limiting spending which was passed on March 12, 2009.