Unifor October 11
Unifor members at Coast Mountain Bus Company have delivered an overwhelming 99 per cent strike mandate, after negotiations for a new collective agreement broke off on October 3, 2019
Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation October 9
CWCF and Green Jobs Oshawa funded a preliminary feasibility study on transitioning to electric vehicle (EV) production under democratic ownership at the GM plant in Oshawa.
Harrowsmith October 9
There’s more to bees, and more we can do to help them, than most of us think.
United Food and Commercial Workers October 9
The day raises awareness of LGBTQI2S identities and the deeply personal nature of coming out if you are part of the LGBTQI2S community.
Socialist Worker October 3
Over one million people came out to demonstrations on September 27th showing the broad commitment to climate justice across the country.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario October 3
ETFO extends its full support and solidarity to the 55,000 CUPE education workers as they withdraw services and prepare to initiate a legal strike action on October 7, 2019.
Canadian Union of Public Employees October 2
As Ontario education workers give notice of walkout, CUPE urges province, trustees to focus on reaching a deal that secures services for students
Public Service Alliance of Canada October 2
PSAC is deeply concerned with Conservative leader Andrew Scheer’s vow to cut federal regulations by 25%.
Fair Vote Canada October 2
Fair Vote Canada
Fair Vote Canada applauds the strong positions taken by the NDP and Greens on making action on proportional representation a condition of support for a minority government.
Canadian Union of Public Employees September 27
The campaign demonstrates how central these workers and the services they deliver are to quality of life in the Region of Peel.
Upstream September 27
Young people around the world are inspiring people to take part in a global climate strike September 20-27, 2019, demanding an end to fossil fuels and climate justice.
Hospital Employees' Union September 25
As health care workers, HEU members are well aware of the impact of the climate crisis on the physical and mental health of our communities.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions September 25
88% of Canadians agree that the federal government has a responsibility to ensure there is prescription drug coverage for all people living in Canada.
National Union of Public and General Employees September 19
National Union of Public and General Employees
This month, students around the world are organizing for a Global Climate Strike and they are calling on all of us to stand behind them.
Canadian Health Coalition September 19
Not all political commitments are equal. Here are some keywords to look for in parties' health care platforms.
United Steelworkers September 17
Although Misty Lafond has only worked in health care for five years, she has taken advantage of that time as a Steelworker to become an activist, on top of being a licensed practical nurse (LPN).
Fair Vote Canada September 17
Fair Vote Canada
Angus Reid Global, in partnership with Fair Vote Canada, has conducted a survey of 1,510 Canadians on electoral reform.
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions September 17
"On October 21, I encourage everyone to vote for a federal government that is committed to investing in care, not cuts." - President Linda Silas
Canadian Union of Public Employees September 12
A Social Impact Bond would allow private investors to profit from the health care and social services necessary to address this national health crisis.
Inter Pares September 12
Along with so many others in Canada these days, we at Inter Pares are reflecting upon the seemingly ubiquitous and far-reaching nature of corporate power.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers September 11
CUPW has been preparing for weeks to make sure their voice is heard, and that candidates and parties address the postal issues that matter to the public during this important democratic process.
Public Service Alliance of Canada September 11
The Liberal government has squandered one last pre-election opportunity to deliver a fair deal at the bargaining table, as well as to provide compensation for damages caused by the Phoenix pay system.
Upstream September 11
Host Ralph Benmergui talks about climate change, eco-grief, and what people can do about it in the first of a series of podcasts called Plan B.
Canadians for Tax Fairness September 6
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Evidence that corporate tax cuts do not lead to increased investment keeps piling up.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association September 6
Minister of Education Stephen Lecce once again attempted to mislead the public about the government’s education cuts.
Unifor September 3
Unifor members at Nemak of Canada Corporation gathered to protest the decision by their employer to close their plant and abandon them in an attempt to move their jobs to Monterey, Mexico.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada September 3
Have unwanted flyers been delivered to your home that show graphic images? You can take action to prevent it from happening and hold the perpetrators to account.
Socialist Worker September 3
The global student climate strikes, along with Extinction Rebellion (XR) mass civil disobedience have had a huge impact.
United Food and Commercial Workers August 30
Celebrate the victories that workers have accomplished together and call for additional improvements to the lives of working Canadians.
UFCW Local 401 August 29
Participants shared ideas and strategies on how to empower Latino workers and build Latino pride within UFCW and the North American labour movement.