Dalton McGuinty has tossed his so-called 'green agenda' into the trash can, the preservation of Ontario's natural geographic wilderness can now be found in a category titled 'endangered.'
Across northern and eastern Ontario members wanted to get in on the conversation about pensions, how to safeguard their retirement savings and secure pensions for those who don’t have them.
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?
The early recall of the Legislature in order to introduce legislation that will impose contracts upon all teachers and education workers is in an affront to collective bargaining.
After the Catholic teachers union reached a two year agreement with the provincial government, the presidents of other unions held a joint press conference on Friday morning criticizing the deal.
In support of striking students in Quebec against the Charest government and Law 78, Occupy Toronto is helping to spread the Maple Spring.
The USW welcomes the modest tax increase for Ontario's richest and income increase for Ontario's poorest achieved by New Democrats in budget negotiations with the provincial government.
This budget will be particularly hard on communities with high unemployment such as Windsor, London, Brantford and in northern Ontario.
More and more people are saying that the key to keeping public services and the province’s finances strong is tax fairness.
Here is a set of photos David and myself took at Friday's anti-austerity demo organized by Toronto Stop the Cuts.