A new survey conducted recently by the Manitoba government shows that provincial employees are significantly less happy with their jobs than they were just 3 years ago.
National Union of Public and General Employees
Unions are promoting solutions that address climate change, as well as build a sustainable economy, and are collaborating with allies to pressure political leaders to take much needed action.
Most of the measures in the budget provide limited support to those facing the most difficulty, rather than solving their problems.
A TV spot spot highlights the hard work and caring nature of New Brunswickers delivering public services that make them essential to everyday life in the province.
A recent paper by academics at the University of Ottawa, suggests that the number of work-related deaths in Canada may be more than 10 times higher than the official figures.
The final text weakens and nullifies protections against work discrimination.
There is good reason to fear that the growing use of private firefighters and inmates could be seen as a way to avoid funding public services at the level required to respond to climate change.
Premier Ford has been critical of Bill 148, which the previous government enacted. The bill, among many other protections would have raised the minimum wage to $15.
In an open letter to Doug Ford, the premier of Ontario, and Rod Phillips, the Minister of Environment, coalition members are demanding the government replace the ex-government's climate change program
Simply put, privatizing Lifeflight and fire suppression will reduce the quality and speed of lifesaving emergency services to rural and northern Manitoba.