Public Service Alliance of Canada June 9
PSAC has filed an application to intervene in the constitutional challenge against Quebec's discriminatory legislation.
Canadian Union of Public Employees June 4
Three months into a pandemic that disproportionately impacts equity-seekers, CUPE Ontario continues to call on the province to collect and publish relevant data.
Hospital Employees' Union June 4
Care aides at Lynn Valley Care Centre, site of B.C.'s first long-term care COVID-19 outbreak, are taking steps to join the Hospital Employees' Union.
United Steelworkers June 2
Are members of your local feeling stressed and having trouble juggling daily tasks and responsibilities during COVID-19? Maybe the USW Family and Community Education Fund can help.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions June 2
CFNU joins other unions in Canada's labour movement in condemning the recent racially motivated killings, and the ongoing disproportionate violence and policing of Black people.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers May 28
Megan Whitfield was admired by so many for her commitment and fearless advocacy of worker's rights and social justice. Her work must not go unfinished.
Canadian Health Coalition May 28
Over 185 organizations from across Canada released a joint statement calling on the federal government to immediately implement universal, public pharmacare as part of its response to COVID-19.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation May 26
President Harvey Bischof sent a letter requesting an opportunity to provide input into any plan for the future reopening publicly funded schools in Ontario.
Public Service Alliance of Canada May 26
About 70 PSAC members serve with the Anishinabek Police Service, providing culturally sensitive policing in 16 Ontario First Nation communities
Canadian Union of Postal Workers May 21
Every day, there are so many examples of postal workers in every region and in every local delivering more than just the mail in their communities.
Canadians for Tax Fairness May 21
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The federal government has revealed additional conditions large employers will need to meet to qualify for funding under the Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility (LEEFF).
United Steelworkers May 19
The Ontario government's rejection of a public inquiry into the unprecedented, deadly crisis in the province's long-term care system is an injustice to the victims and their families.
Inter Pares May 19
In Guinea-Bissau, Inter Pares counterpart Tiniguena is playing a key role during the pandemic.
Hospital Employees' Union May 14
Housekeeping and waste management services currently delivered by Compass Canada will be brought under the direct control of the Vancouver Island Health Authority
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions May 14
As part of National Nursing Week, Canada's nurses will welcome members of Parliament, senators and health-care stakeholders to a virtual event focused on infectious disease preparedness and response.
United Steelworkers May 12
The United Steelworkers is raising serious concerns following a report on the investigation by Quebec's workplace health and safety agency into a 2019 incident.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada May 12
Celebrate 50 years since the the convoy of activists, advocates, and brave women travelled from Vancouver to Ottawa to protest the criminalization of abortion.
Unifor May 7
Unifor
As Ontario establishes collection of race-based data on COVID-19, Unifor requests responsible collection guidelines and asks other provinces to follow suit.
Canadian Union of Public Employees May 7
For CUPE, health and safety has always been a top priority.
Mining Watch May 6
As Barrick Gold executives once again face their shareholders, investors should be asking themselves why this company is continuously embroiled in conflict.
Harrowsmith May 6
When you sign up for Harrowsmith's free 3x/year newsletter, you'll be entered into a draw to win books from New Society Publishers.
Canadian Health Coalition April 30
This pandemic has revealed the need for fundamental changes to our long-term care system.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 30
Foodora Canada's move to leave the market is a cruel act by a multinational corporation in the middle of a pandemic.
Canadians for Tax Fairness April 28
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The case not only highlights the need for Canada to improve tax laws, but to apply stricter conditions to the companies it is bailing out.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees April 28
The Day of Mourning is a day to pay respects to those injured, made ill or killed by workplace incidents.
Unifor April 23
Unifor
Unifor will use the B.C. Labour Code to challenge TransLink subsidiary Coast Mountain Bus Company's layoff notices issued on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association April 23
OECTA is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our members, employees, and anyone we interact with in a public setting.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions April 21
The SARS Commission -- formed by the province of Ontario after the 2003 outbreak -- recommended a precautionary approach be taken during pandemics.
United Steelworkers April 21
The economic disruptions caused by the virus have upended the lives of millions of workers across the global supply chains and exposed the injustice and inequality of a broken economic system.
Public Service Alliance of Canada April 16
Thousands of PSAC members worked tirelessly following the launch of the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit on April 6.

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