With the election of a Liberal government, there is an opportunity to correct many of the harmful measures instituted under the previous Conservative government.
National Union of Public and General Employees
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is recommitting to repealing two recent anti-labour laws, and also taking an important symbolic step towards rebuilding trust between the federal government.
While the sale of Hydro One will cost Ontario hundreds of millions of dollars a year, it will give the Liberal government funds to use for pre-election spending announcements in 2018.
"This is a deal by business, for business, with a price tag Canadians shouldn't have to pay."
According to research by the Native Women's Association of Canada, there are more than 582 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.
The Canadian Media Guild is raising the alarm about a recent announcement by the CBC that will see the sell off of a number of its buildings and major production centres across the country.
The National Union of Public and General Employees joins with its sisters and brothers in the labour movement in calling for greater assistance for Syrian refugees.
A recent ruling from the Toronto Police disciplinary hearing has found Superintendent Mark Fenton guilty of two charges of unlawful arrest and one charge of discreditable conduct.
"Our message in this election is 'we can do better.' Whether it's protecting health care or supporting veterans, we don't have to accept the status quo," NUPGE National President James Clancy
Privatization schemes are being tested all over Canada. A government halting privatization? Now that's great.