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
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 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.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada April 16
ARCC is pleased to provide small grants to small or low-resource pro-choice groups in Canada to fund minor expenses associated with group events, projects, or campaigns.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers April 14
Our public postal service is as vital as ever, delivering essential goods and keeping the economy moving. It helps enable quarantine and self-isolation. Together we will #flattenthecurve.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 14
In the midst of all the chaos, it's important for us to also take care of ourselves. Talk to friends and family, and if you need help, reach out.
Canadians for Tax Fairness April 9
Canadians for Tax Fairness
There's still much work to do to protect vulnerable workers and businesses, and to safeguard public finances against abuse.
Inter Pares April 9
This grassroots mobilization gives us hope. As many of us practise physical distancing, social solidarity remains vital.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions April 7
Linda Silas is demanding that the federal government act urgently to provide optimal personal protective equipment for all health-care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hospital Employees' Union April 7
Union writes health employers urging COVID-19 related support for health-care workers.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees April 3
Workers in continuing care must be protected if jobs at multiple sites are banned.
Harrowsmith April 3
Robert Dick explores the northern lights and things that go "bump" in the night.
Public Service Alliance of Canada April 3
PSAC members have expanded their commitments significantly during this crisis despite being without a contract for years.
Mining Watch April 1
In not acting quickly to curtail or halt operations in light of COVID-19, mining companies are putting workers and communities at greater risk.
Unifor April 1
Unifor members working in Windsor have switched from producing alcohol to producing hand sanitizer to help meet growing demand for supplies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada March 27
Cooped up at home? Here's a list of pro-choice activities to help keep you occupied during the coronavirus pandemic. Thank you for your valuable support and activism!