Our right to strike has been attacked. Free collective bargaining has been disrupted.The next attack will likely be on the Rand formula.
Actions and activities going on across the country for social justice. Here is a weekly round-up of news not covered in the mainstream.
Rural mail carriers still find themselves on the wrong side of the rural-urban divide. Their work is not recognized equally at Canada Post and they have a long way to go to achieve parity.
CUPW goes to court to oppose the appointment of a second arbitrator, after the first Harper government arbitrator appointed was ruled unqualified by the court.
The union representing the majority of postal workers across the country has notched up another win in its battle against the Harper government’s back-to-work legislation of last summer.
Nine hundred CUPW and community protesters march in Toronto's financial district.
Nine hundred union and community protesters occupied the intersection of King and Bay Streets in the heart of Toronto's financial district on Thursday in support of the Occupy movement.
What better way to spend Thanksgiving Monday than to share food, solidarity and support for war resister Rodney Watson in Vancouver.
In the media and in parliament Canada Post management and Conservative politicians made all sorts of claims to justify the passage of back-to-work legislation. Now we can test these claims.
Jack Layton was our friend and he had been so for many years. For as long as I can remember, he was always by our side.