Canadian Union of Public Employees January 19
Region of Waterloo paramedics are being denied Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) claims after contracting COVID-19, a move CUPE believes is being enabled by the Ford Government.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation January 15
Wholly inadequate planning is a pattern with this government and, unsurprisingly, this week’s government announcement fails to address the challenges faced by families in the province.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association January 15
Premier Ford’s rhetoric about a province-wide crisis, including skyrocketing cases for children and youth, does not align with his government’s decision to keep some schools open.
United Food and Commercial Workers January 13
The family of Benito Quesada -- UFCW Local 401 Shop Steward and Cargill employee who died on May 7, 2020 of COVID-19 -- has asked the RCMP to investigate his workplace death as a criminal matter.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers January 12
Remembrance, resilience and resistance is about dignity and justice for the Tamil people. Thirty years ago, a devastating civil war killed thousands and forced more than 800,000 Tamil into exile.
Hospital Employees' Union January 7
Health care workers deserve working conditions that are safe for their physical and mental health.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada January 7
A petition for the federal government to revoke the CEWS funding anti-choice groups have received.
Canadians for Tax Fairness January 5
Canadians for Tax Fairness
For the third year in a row, Canadian corporate executives made more than 200 times the average worker’s salary.
United Steelworkers January 5
Thousands of Steelworkers were laid off in 2020 not due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but due to the policies of governments across Canada.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada December 18
Pro-choice activists are deeply troubled by a recent court settlement between two anti-choice groups and the transit commission compelling the LTC to run false advertising on its buses.
Public Service Alliance of Canada December 18
Employees who worked from home at least 50 per cent of the time, over a period of at least four consecutive weeks or more due to the pandemic will be eligible for the deduction.
Liisbeth December 16
How to build a relevant enterprise that dismantles systems and advances the birth of a better world -- versus obstructing it.
Canadian Health Coalition December 16
Millions of Canadians have joined the call for more federal standards. An agreement without strings attached to ensure that money goes to care, and not to profits, would not be acceptable.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees December 10
The Royal Alberta Museum is eliminating 28 positions by April 1 and plans to replace the jobs with private contractors.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions December 10
Recent studies have revealed the troubling status of Canada's nursing workforce, confirming elevated workplace risks to nurses' mental and physical health and significant potential for turnover.
Canadian Union of Public Employees December 8
Ontario now has $12 billion of unallocated funds and it must be spent immediately to keep Ontarians safe and to ensure a recovery for all, says the Canadian Union of Public Employees.
Inter Pares December 8
It has undoubtedly been a challenging year -- yet struggles for social justice continued.
United Food and Commercial Workers December 3
The Ontario government's recently released outbreak support strategy for COVID-19 in farm workers is destined to fail, in part because the government neglected to consult with migrant workers.
Mining Watch December 3
It has been more than 83 days since the Ejido of Carrizalillo shut down Equinox Gold's Los Filos mine in Guerrero, Mexico. This is the longest-running strike since the mine started operating in 2007.
OSSTF Press Release December 1
The Canadian Teachers’ Federation released the results of a mental health check-in survey conducted in mid-October.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association December 1
Adequate safety measures in schools protect everyone. What will it take for the government to listen to the voices of teachers?
Canadians for Tax Fairness November 26
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canada's top billionaires grew their wealth by more than $50 billion between April and October of this year, reveals a new report by Canadians for Tax Fairness.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers November 26
Canada Post announced a new policy to make face coverings mandatory for employees, contractors, visitors and customers in its facilities across the country.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario November 24
Students and staff are being put at risk because the Ford government and its minister of education are refusing to acknowledge the connection between schools being open and COVID-19 cases increasing.
United Steelworkers November 24
The USW, through its Family & Community Education Fund (FCEF), is seeking proposals from qualified applicants to develop age-appropriate educational activities for children up to 17 years old.
Public Service Alliance of Canada November 19
Join for a conversation on what PSAC members are doing to advance climate justice in Canada and around the world.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada November 19
Bill C-233 would criminalize sex selective abortion if that is the only reason for an abortion, and sentence providers to up to five years in jail.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada November 17
Extremist anti-choice groups have been invading cities across Canada and forcing citizens to view shocking and graphic photos of alleged aborted fetuses.
Hospital Employees' Union November 17
Contracted support service workers who work in housekeeping, dietary and retail services in health facilities are preparing for their next round of bargaining with private contractors.
Liisbeth November 12
Deschamps' three years experiences with sexual harassment at the University of Waterloo sparks a new movement in the nonprofit sector.