Inter Pares May 7
What if, this year, we take Mother’s Day back to its roots: a celebration of women as changemakers and contributors to society.
Canadians for Tax Fairness May 7
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Another tax deadline has come and gone, but in the remaining days for Canadians to file their taxes, C4TF squeezed in some good discussion about getting government to do the task for us.
United Steelworkers May 7
A Canadian Green New Deal could put the concerns of labour and environmental groups together to work in a mutually reinforcing way.
Unifor May 2
members gathered at the Unifor Family Education Centre to learn more about Employment Insurance (EI) and the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation May 2
Harvey Bischof of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation discusses the changes that are coming to Ontario’s education system, and what they mean for teachers and students
Public Service Alliance of Canada May 2
Labour activists of Asian descent continue to play an integral part in the Canadian labour movement and within PSAC.
Ontario Health Coalition May 1
Ontario Health Coalition
Thousands came from across Ontario in the middle of a work day with a message for the Doug Ford government.
Canadian Union of Public Employees May 1
CUPE stands with all workers organizing for safe working conditions, a living wage, benefits and a decent pension, as well as for accessible, affordable public services.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers May 1
Foodora bike and car couriers today announced their plans to unionize with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation April 25
The joint Conference of CASC, ACE, and the International Co-op Alliance Research Conference will take place in Montreal, May 27-30, and Kaye Grant will participate on behalf of CWCF.
Mining Watch April 25
Over Two Hundred Organizations Denounce Multimillion-Dollar Suit Brought by U.S. Mining Firm Against Guatemala
Food Secure Canada April 25
With summer fast approaching, we expect the announcement of Canada’s first national food policy in the coming weeks
Toronto & York Region Labour Council April 23
Toronto &  York Region Labour Council
The Ministry of Health notified Ontario’s public health agencies of the government’s decision to put citizens in danger by cutting 50 per cent of their funding, starting immediately.
United Food and Commercial Workers April 23
UFCW Canada recently joined over forty migrant workers to meet with federal government officials and discuss the need for open work permits for vulnerable migrant workers.
National Union of Public and General Employees April 23
National Union of Public and General Employees
Unions are promoting solutions that address climate change, as well as build a sustainable economy, and are collaborating with allies to pressure political leaders to take much needed action.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association April 18
The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association says the education cuts contained in the 2019 provincial budget will have severe and lasting impacts.
Hospital Employees' Union April 18
Change means fewer barriers to workers’ compensation benefits for those impacted by violence and other work-related trauma
Socialist Worker April 18
The Liberals are simultaneously funding the wars which create refugees and taking steps to keep refugees out of Canada.
Inter Pares April 16
Inter Pares is dismayed by the recent announcement made by the Government of Canada concerning investigatory oversight of Canadian corporations overseas.
Unifor April 16
The Unifor Social Justice Fund (SJF) is working to improve the lives of children with its support of Transforming Faces and Beautiful World initiatives in Ethiopia.
Canadians for Tax Fairness April 16
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Just four of the worst tax loopholes are costing Canada over $24 billion in annual revenues.
Harrowsmith April 11
Danielle’s kitchen garden workshop is being held April 20th. For information visit
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 11
The National Day of Mourning, held annually on April 28, is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives or suffered injury or illness on the job.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 11
30 years ago, 80% of the funding for post secondary education came from governments. Today, after years of cuts, it's down to 50%. We need governments to reinvest in post secondary education.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation April 9
Teachers and education workers in Ontario have formed a common front to defend a strong publicly funded education system that is of high-quality and accessible to all.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees April 9
Alberta’s provincial election has been called, how are we supposed to find time to keep up with everything that’s happening? Here are three simple things you can do to make voting easy.
Ontario Health Coalition April 9
Ontario Health Coalition
The Coalitions are gearing up to protect local health care services from loss of control of local services, mega-mergers, and privatization.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions April 4
Canada’s nurses united with health care workers across the country as they recognized a national day of action for stronger gun laws in Canada.
Fair Vote Canada April 4
Fair Vote Canada
“If we had proportional representation, scandals involving interference by the Prime Minister’s office in a prosecution probably wouldn’t have happened in the first place,“ says Fair Vote Canada.
United Steelworkers April 4
Focusing on the symptom fails to identify the culprit. It fails to identify why Canadian workers and families are struggling economically, even when the economy is actually growing.