Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario June 15
As Doug Ford uses the notwithstanding clause to overrule a court decision limiting third-party advertising the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario say teachers won't be silenced.
The Starfish Canada June 15
The Arctic is the fastest-warming region in the world, impacting populations who rely on changing seasons to guide their migration.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions June 11
With a unified and unwavering voice, Manitoba nurses have sent their premier a clear message: they won’t back down.
Liisbeth June 11
Who is Indigenous? Who is not? Who gets to decide? Apparently, the colonial gatekeepers at CBC think they do, rather than Indigenous people themselves.
Inter Pares June 2
For the better part of the last decade, the situation of violence against women in Sudan has been described by everyone from local feminist organizations to UN agencies as an epidemic or pandemic.
Harrowsmith June 2
Instead of taking a last look at your smartphone or computer screen, step outside and rest your retinas on the night sky.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation May 28
Educators once again urge the premier to convene an advisory table of all education stakeholders to address the health and safety needs of schools and the learning challenges faced by students.
Canadian Union of Public Employees May 28
“Approximately 75% of our workplace’s lowest pay-scale earners are women. It’s no coincidence—we need to do more to dismantle the systemic issues that perpetuate gender discrimination at work."
Public Service Alliance of Canada May 21
Last fall, high water levels froze which created flooding with the arrival of the spring thaw. Hundreds of people had to be evacuated from Fort Simpson because half of it was partially submerged.
Mining Watch May 21
A new report highlights risks to the health and safety of communities and the environment from 12 B.C. mines -- the "Dirty Dozen."
Canadians for Tax Fairness May 19
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Many paid lower effective tax rates, many benefited from tax havens, and a handful received support through the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) program, according to new research.
United Steelworkers May 19
Canadian steel has one of the lowest carbon footprints in the world, a factor that could soon outweigh price.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association May 14
“Our Association has been trying for over a year now to engage this government on how our schools can operate safely and effectively during this pandemic. We have been rebuffed at every turn."
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions May 14
Forthe last two years, Nursing Week has been anything but happy. Nurses are under pressure from employers, governments and the public, while working to provide quality health care during a pandemic.
United Food and Commercial Workers May 4
The series stems from the recent crisis in Windsor-Essex where hundreds of migrant workers contracted COVID-19 and two succumbed to their illness.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees May 4
After enduring months of financial hardship and pandemic stress, the frontline workers at Red Deer’s publicly-run home for persons with developmental disabilities are celebrating one small victory.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario April 29
The ability of teachers' unions to participate in Ontario’s political debate through public advocacy campaigns is being threatened.
Inter Pares April 29
The Women Peace and Security Network-Canada has released a new set of reflections and recommendations on Canada’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 27
This Wednesday, April 28, it is important that, wherever we are, we take the time to remember our brothers and sisters who have endured hardships or who tragically did not survive this terrible virus.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 27
This Wednesday, April 28, it is important that, wherever we are, we take the time to remember our brothers and sisters who have endured hardships or who tragically did not survive this terrible virus.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada April 27
In two petitions, the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada demands the finance minister revoke funding given to to 45 anti-choice groups and several hate groups via the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.
The Starfish Canada April 22
“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”
Harrowsmith April 22
Harrowsmith magazine is offering a special Earth Month subscription rate. Subscribe today to learn about sustainability and how you can help protect the Earth.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 20
Instead of learning from the failures of Canada’s care system during the pandemic, the Liberals refuse to act on long-term care, pharmacare, and are yet again dangling childcare in an election year.
Canadian Health Coalition April 20
The Canadian Health Coalition was deeply disappointed by yesterday’s federal budget, and demanded that the government take urgent steps to fulfil its commitments on pharmacare to Canadians.
Liisbeth April 16
“Forget leaning in — we need support to lean on as we start and scale our businesses.”
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada April 16
On Wednesday, the Ontario Divisional Court granted intervenor status to the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada in a legal case between Guelph and Area Right to Life, and the City of Guelph.
The Starfish Canada April 13
Being a student can come with hidden costs to the environment.
Inter Pares April 9
Their design of choice: a raised fist combined with the message "We won't put up with the oppression of women."
Canadians for Tax Fairness April 9
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Two of the country’s largest provinces recently missed an opportunity to improve social and economic conditions standing in the way of Canada’s recovery.

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