The bankers, brokers and all of the other so-called “financial experts” cut the average person out of everything. It’s time to cut ourselves in.
The auto industry is in crisis around the world, due to an unprecedented collapse in sales. Only in Canada and the United States have governments made auto assistance contingent on union concessions.
<p>There needs to be immediate change to allow every person with 360 hours to qualify, no matter where they live in the country.</p>
There are too many people who are absurdly, stupidly rich. There is an easy, non-violent solution: Move some of their excess wealth to the people in the middle, since it all came from there anyway.
When workers appear in news about the current crisis, it's mostly as victims, collateral damage to impersonal forces like the economy, credit freezes or globalization.
D.C. conference showcases labour-eco recovery team that puts Canada to shame.
Revelations of Wall Street hijinks have raised questions about the skewed nature of financial rewards.
Public asked to send letters to B.C.’s health minister calling on government to ensure their hospital contractors provide the wages and working conditions needed for clean, safe hospitals.
Judges are giving convicted offenders double and triple time credits for time served because of the bad conditions. Yet the ministry pretends not to understand why staff sick time is high.
Labour, social and environmental advocacy groups all feel that Stephen Harper's budget, released Tuesday, falls short of the response required in this time of crisis.