Unifor June 21
The Unifor Social Justice Fund has donated $100,000 to Save the Children Canada to launch the ‘Journey of Hope’ program in Cat Lake First Nation, to provide mental health support to children.
Hospital Employees' Union June 19
June 21 – National Indigenous Peoples Day – is a time to honour, celebrate and stand in solidarity with Indigenous peoples here and across Canada.
Public Service Alliance of Canada June 19
Wayne Kelley is the Director for LGBTQ2+ members on the PSAC Atlantic Regional Council, where he works tirelessly and proudly to advocate for LGBTQ2+ members’ rights.
United Food and Commercial Workers June 19
The voice of Canada’s food workers, the United Food and Commercial Workers union (UFCW), welcomes the announcement of the Food Policy for Canada.
Canadian Health Coalition June 13
CHC is very pleased with the final recommendations of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of Pharmacare.
Canadian Union of Public Employees June 13
The Canadian Union of Public Employees has been certified to represent flight attendants at Swoop, a fully owned subsidiary of WestJet.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation June 13
The Conference Board of Canada’s Chief Economist, Pedro Antunes, and the President of OSSTF Harvey Bischof, will launch and discuss a new economic report on education.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario June 11
ETFO has given the Ford Conservative government failing grades for education, public services and putting people first during its first year in office.
Upstream June 11
The spectre of climate change-fueled disasters looms large over the coming federal election, yet the health equity promise of a Green New Deal is shining through the storm clouds.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association June 11
With the introduction of this legislation, the Ford government is once again trampling on public services and Ontarians’ legal rights.
Inter Pares June 7
The women’s movement will continue to organize and shape a revolution that recognizes the autonomy and respects the agency of women.
Food Secure Canada June 7
Food Secure Canada released new research on increasing access to sustainably grown foods.
Socialist Worker June 6
Picket lines went up across cities, towns and worksites in Ontario this week as 12,000 members of the United Association of Plumbers and Steamfitters walked out on strike.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions June 6
Canada’s nurses have commissioned a national study that can help governments and major health care organizations find solutions to an anticipated crisis.
United Food and Commercial Workers May 30
UFCW activists from across the country recently gathered in Ottawa from May 28 to 29 to participate in the 2019 UFCW Canada Political Action Conference.
United Steelworkers May 30
USW health care members met to talk about the importance of bargaining and learn how the union approaches negotiating strategies to win the best possible contracts for its members.
Mining Watch May 30
An overview of the media coverage and the environmental emergency registry reveals at least two spills in the past year
Fair Vote Canada May 28
Fair Vote Canada
Fair Vote Canada applauds the commitment of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, running as independents, to champion electoral reform in the 2019 federal election.
Unifor May 28
School bus drivers gathered in protest to decry a contract award system that has led to lower vehicle safety standards, ongoing driver shortages and chaos for students, parents and school boards.
Hospital Employees' Union May 28
This month Canadians will be waving rainbow flags from coast-to-coast in a show of solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. And HEU encourages all members to join in.
Public Service Alliance of Canada May 23
Neville David is a longtime union activist. Born and raised in Sri Lanka, he began his union activism in his country of birth, as a member of the Bank Employees Union.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada May 23
It was uplifting to see so many people banding together to defend the rights of women and transgender people.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees May 23
A Level 6 wildfire is currently burning through northern Alberta. As a result, 4,000 people, including 750 from the Bushe River Reserve and the entire town of High Level, have been forced to evacuate.
Toronto & York Region Labour Council May 21
Toronto &  York Region Labour Council
June 7th is the first anniversary of the Conservative victory in Ontario. It has been a troubling year, and there are three more to follow.
Canadian Union of Public Employees May 21
The fact that all 60 public school districts have joined the BC Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Educator Network is another victory in the effort to make schools safe and inclusive for students
Canadian Union of Postal Workers May 21
CUPW has elected Jan Simpson, a postal worker from the Scarborough local, as the union’s new National President. She becomes the first black woman to lead a national union in Canada.
Canadian Health Coalition May 16
Lawyers for the plaintiff, Brian Day, are trying to prove that the introduction of private health care will not harm our public health care system.
UFCW Local 401 May 16
The Good Groceries campaign has generated a very important conversation about what Safeway means to Safeway employees and customers alike.
Harrowsmith May 16
The Healing Effect of Horticultural Therapy.
Upstream May 14
Ontario recently announced that it will reduce funding towards public health agencies across the province to the tune of $200 million.