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Meagan Gillmore | NDP leadership candidates reinforced their commitment to workers and the labour movement at a debate hosted by the United Steelworkers in Toronto on Thursday night.
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MaryCarl Guiao | Tapping into the current status of Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program and the work of Montreal-based organization PINAY, which is led by Filipinas, including women working as migrant workers.
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Pablo Calderon | With the Ontario election around the corner, what issues are labour leaders most concerned about?
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Teachers rally outside the Ontario Liberal convention. (Photo: hdurnin / flickr)
Lori Theresa Waller | The union representing education workers in Ontario elementary schools said yesterday it has no intention just yet of telling its members to end their boycott of extra-curricular activities.
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Pro Bono, Shelina Ali | The recent Supreme Court decision of R. v. Cole indicates that an employee's personal information, even if stored on computers owned by an employer, may attract a reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Pro Bono, Priya Sarin | The dramatic growth of social media use in Canada has raised novel legal issues around work, including whether off-duty conduct online can get an employee fired.
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Retiree Matters, Susan Keeley | When we talk about the history of Alberta we usually think of wide-open prairies, cattle ranching and oil. Seldom do historians talk about the men and women of the Alberta labour movement.
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Armine Yalnizyan | During an unusually hot summer, Baskin-Robbins has decided to shut its production facility in Peterborough, Ont., and lay off 80 workers because of . . . wait for it . . . increased demand!
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David Bush | A year ago on June 14 the Canada Post Corporation (CPC) locked out nearly 48,000 employees. The lockout signaled a ramping up of aggression against workers, both organized and unorganized.
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Jim Stanford | Even before the expansion of the program envisioned in the current omnibus "budget" bill, temporary foreign workers already accounted for almost 30 per cent of all net new paid jobs created in Canada.
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Humberto DaSilva | Vulture Capital firm Ace Aviation Holdings is about to distribute $300 million to its shareholders. But employees of Aveos, a former Ace holding, were left holding the bag.