We believe that the phase-out of the labour fund tax credit is an attack by the Conservative government on the workers of Québec.
Since the beginning of the year, six special Working Groups have been holding multiple meetings to develop a plan of action for the formation of the new union.
The CAW will be forming a new union with the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, with a founding convention set for Labour Day weekend in Toronto.
A case being heard today by the National Energy Board will determine whether Canadian oil will continue to flow to the U.S. when a Canadian refinery is being starved for supply.
Ten years too late, the Tories have discovered their economic policies have destroyed Canada's manufacturing sector, including hundreds of paper mill towns.
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A recap of the week's top labour stories: Quebec court upholds farm workers' right to bargain, undocumented migrant workers rounded up in Vancouver, backlash to Saskatchewan Bill 85 grows, and more.
The fight for women's equality will continue to be an important struggle in the new formation.
It makes no economic sense to cut back on the quality journalism that has earned the Toronto Star a world-class reputation. This is not the way for a newspaper to position itself for the future.
Transcontinental Media is forcing its Canadian freelance writers and photographers to sign a contract that strips them of all rights to their work, without providing a chance to negotiate.
Retirees have once again been told to go to the back of the line so that banks and hedge funds can collect their winnings.