The Chicago Teachers’ Union is a fighting union and the city’s strongest advocate for children and youth. This didn’t happen by accident.
Even without the full details, there are other reasons to doubt his promise. For starters: there aren't a million unemployed people in Ontario.
In this award-winning article from March of 2013, Cord Community Edition Editor-in-Chief H.G. Watson explores the controversial topic of unpaid internships.
After months of meetings, the University of New Brunswick and its full-time faculty were unable to reach a collective agreement as of Sunday night. The University's professors are now on strike.
The sheer Scrooge-nish of our minimum wage laws underlines the unprecedented riches of the business elite. Why is a $14 minimum wage such a political non-starter?
Jan 24, 2014 to Jan 25, 2014
William Doo Auditorium, U of T
45 Willcocks Street (2 blocks south of Harbord Street - 5 minute walk south of Spadina Station)Toronto , ON
Open forum to discuss the impact of growing income inequality on communities, families and workers and what we can do about it.
Activists from CUPE Local 416 and 966 go to Bonfield Ontario to walk the line with CUPE Local 4616, the workers of the town of Bonfield.
A short documentary about how Canadian workers through the Canadian labour movement have built solidarity linkages throughout the world.
By all accounts, 2013 was not a kind year for the labour movement. In this article H.G. Watson talks about how she thinks labour can improve the odds.