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.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees April 6
An independent arbitrator has rejected public sector employers’ attempts to roll back wages, awarding workers a one percent increase instead of the two percent rollback the employers were seeking.
Mining Watch April 6
Seven organizations, including MiningWatch Canada, sent a letter to the President & CEO and Director of Goldex Resources about recent claims of illegal mining in southern Guatemala.
Harrowsmith April 1
How to build a simple outdoor evaporating stove
Public Service Alliance of Canada April 1
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has silently decided it will outsource roughly 130 jobs to a third-party contractor to answer general questions about the emergency benefits available to Canadians.
United Steelworkers March 30
The report links Canadian retailers like Joe Fresh, Lululemon, Mark’s and others to specific poverty-wage garment factories in Bangladesh.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers March 30
From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Asian people have been unfairly vilified and scapegoated as responsible for the virus and its spread both around the world and in our country..
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association March 25
As the province enters the third wave of the pandemic, the Ford government is delivering a budget that fails to even keep education spending in line with the rate of inflation and enrolment growth.
Liisbeth March 25
Eden Hagos started BLACK FOODIE after experiencing racism at a restaurant during her birthday dinner in 2015.
United Food and Commercial Workers March 23
Budtenders at Clarity Cannabis recently ratified their first collective agreement that ushers in major wage and workplace improvements setting historic new standards for the industry.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions March 23
As a result of governments not heeding the lessons from the 2003 SARS outbreak, Canada’s health care workers contracted COVID-19 at twice the global average during the first wave.
Canadian Union of Public Employees March 19
Ontario is handing over money through electricity subsidies to big business, money that should instead be used to bolster critical public services.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario March 19
Ontario’s publicly funded education system should not be subjected to a poorly timed experiment in large-scale, online assessment, especially during a pandemic.
Inter Pares March 17
A Montreal-based company has recently been hired by General Mya Tun Oo -- a senior member of Burma’s military regime who is on Canada's sanctions list -- to lobby on behalf of the military.

Pages