On May 31 the shareholders of Hydro One will meet to discuss profits made at the expense of taxpayers. The majority of hydro is still owned by the people. It's not too late to stop privatization.
A new ad from CUPE workers in Newfoundland and Labrador takes aim at Premier Ball's plans to close half of the province's libraries.
The federal government's announcement of a review of Canada Post is welcome news for postal workers. And privatization isn’t on the table.
The Nova Scotia government is about to release a plan to go forward with replacing the troubled Victoria General hospital in Halifax. Ralph Surette has some words of advice.
Keeping the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission public benefits not only employees and customers, but those accessing different health-care and addiction programs in Manitoba.
With the beginning of investment in maintenance trades staff and Winnipeg's bus fleet, there's reason to be cautiously optimistic that Winnipeg Transit's fortunes are slowly changing.
The results of the federal election indicate that most Canadians understand the value of publicly provided services. Hopefully this is a lesson all the political parties in Manitoba have absorbed.
A new report from the Errol Black Chair in Labour Issues examines how the Prairie region is being affected by Conservative government cuts and recommends how funding and programs be restored.
Liberal budgets since the recession have focused on cutting public services and pouring money into privatized infrastructure projects.
A new report from the CCPA details the state of Canada's public services and sifts through the Liberal Party's election promises.