Hospital Employees' Union October 25
B.C.’s largest health care union is welcoming an expert panel recommendation that would promote continuity of care for seniors, improve hospital services and protect workers.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario October 22
ETFO celebrated Designated Early Childhood Educators (DECE) for their critical role in the development of full-day Kindergarten learners.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions October 22
The Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions has released separate position statements on recreational and medical cannabis and occupational health and safety.
Unifor October 22
A delegation of Unifor activists and leaders will be in Ottawa next week to urge the federal government to take action to address the crisis in Canadian journalism as newsrooms continue to shrink.
Public Service Alliance of Canada October 18
PSAC is recommending a change to Bill C-81 to say that accessibility in employment must be handled under the Employment Equity Act.
Toronto & York Region Labour Council October 18
Toronto &  York Region Labour Council
The municipal elections in 2018 have been hijacked by the Ford Conservatives – but we cannot let them hijack the outcome. It’s up to every one of us to help elect more progressive voices than ever.
Food Secure Canada October 18
Major government-level changes will be needed to ensure access to sustainably-grown food for people living on low incomes. Food Secure Canada's latest on food accessibility.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers October 16
100 days have now passed since Doug Ford and the Conservatives came to power, and CUPW reports on how you can be involved in fighting back.
Mining Watch October 16
The Peruvian Supreme Court accepted Walter Aduviri’s appeal and overturned the sentence against him. Aduviri has been a spokesperson for the Aymara indigenous communities.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada October 16
You can view the latest newsletter put out by the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada right here.
Canadian Union of Public Employees October 11
This week, CUPE is celebrating the work of its more than 9,100 members in health care support roles across Manitoba.
Unifor October 11
The Unifor Health Care Council focused on encouraging all Unifor members and their families to take the online questionnaire and support the idea of a universal pharmacare program.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association October 9
OECTA president Liz Stuart makes an address for World Teachers Day on Friday October 5th.
Socialist Worker October 9
The Quebec election brought one surprise: the election of 10 new members of a young left party, Quebec solidaire, on a radically progressive platform that most social democratic parties would not dare
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario October 4
As people around the globe recognize World Teacher Day on October 5th, Ontario's public elementary teachers are proud to be the heartbeat of Ontario's high quality education system.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation October 4
This year on World Teachers’ Day, in conjunction with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, OSSTF is celebrating teachers as the heartbeat of public education.
Inter Pares October 4
Interpares reflects as Parliament passes a motion revoking Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary Canadian citizenship.
United Steelworkers October 2
Canadian families have been left in the lurch from concessions made to get a deal with the United States on a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement.
Canadians for Tax Fairness October 2
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Cameco uses subsidiaries and related companies in known tax-haven countries to lower their taxes in Canada. This often-used strategy by corporations is costing Canadians over $10 billion per year.
United Food and Commercial Workers October 2
The national leader of Canada’s food workers union says the trade deal with U.S. and Mexico will weaken Canada’s food system and create uncertainty for workers and their communities.
Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation September 27
The Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation will focus on opportunities for worker co-ops in the changing world of work at its 27th annual fall Conference, taking place in Winnipeg, Nov 1-3.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers September 27
Suburban Mail Carriers (RSMC) have finally won their long battle for pay equity.
Hospital Employees' Union September 27
Three announcements in the last few days from B.C.’s NDP government are a signal that B.C. is rejecting the previous government health privatization agenda and moving to invest in seniors’ care.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees September 25
As Canada celebrates its first ever Gender Equality Week from Sept. 23-29, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is calling on the provincial government to introduce wage equity legislation
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions September 25
Canada’s nurses join more than 70 national, provincial and territorial organizations from coast to coast to coast in announcing their Consensus Principles for National Pharmacare.
Public Service Alliance of Canada September 25
Because of the Phoenix payroll disaster, thousands of federal public service workers have gone unpaid. But day after day, we keep showing up to deliver services you depend on. We’re here for Canada—no
Harrowsmith September 21
The economic impact for growers and wine importers is still in chalk, and the weather watch doesn’t end with a fall harvest.
Canadian Health Coalition September 21
Please do your part in advocating for a National Public Drug Plan. The government is inviting everyone to fill in a 10-minute questionnaire and share their personal experience.
Fair Vote Canada September 18
Fair Vote Canada
Fair Vote Canada reports on Doug Ford overruling the charter and how it can be seen as a consequence of the the First-past-the-post system.
Food Secure Canada September 18
Food Secure Canada reports back on the government of Canada's new What We Heard report from its 2017 consultations.