NOMADESC staff work to defend and promote human rights and as a result, are frequently the target of death threats and attempts on their lives.
Veteran journalist Bill Gillespie travels to the USA to discover the impact of "right to work" laws on working people.
The most recent Statistics Canada job market figures say 70 per cent of Ontario's 44,000 new jobs created in August are part-time and mostly filled by older workers.
Last week President of Quebec civil servants union Syndicat de la fonction publique et parapublique (SFPQ) Lucie Martineau announced that her union supports the Quebec Charter of Values.
The 100 Year Rip-Off was originally published in 1971 in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of British Columbia. Out-of-print for 40 years, the book has been lovingly restored by Nicole Guiniling.
Instead of trying to salvage a broken system, we have to reach for what we need both to survive and have decent lives.
Sunday morning, CUPE local 1393 and the University of Windsor were unable to reach a collective bargaining agreement, landing the local in a legal strike position.
Do you know how unions make a difference? Do you have a story to share? The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) wants to hear from you.
The Highlander Center for Research and Education was founded in New Market, Tennessee in 1932. Peter Driftmier toured the centre recently and prepared this report.
Latest in a Stand Up for Fairness video series by Cupe Ontario, features... a cat. Take a look to see what this cat has to do with the economy.