Our right to strike has been attacked. Free collective bargaining has been disrupted.The next attack will likely be on the Rand formula.
The demolition by employers of the standard full-time permanent job is the biggest labour market story of the last generation, yet it has largely been ignored by legislators.
As retirees, during our working lives, we fought hard and long with our unions for the wages and benefits workers enjoy today, a fair share of the richness of Canada.
If Joe Fresh is serious about helping Bangaldeshi garment workers that make his schmata, there is one thing he can do that is proven to help...
In the latest example of their 'whatever business wants' attitude, the Conservatives are unwilling to lift a finger in support of 1000 workers recently locked out by U.S. Steel in Nanticoke.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is at it again, blaming workers for everything that is wrong with government and the economy while giving Government Boss Stephen Harper a free pass.
We can all question how far this government is willing to go to break the unions, but a more important question is what are you willing to do to stop them?
Ultimately, unions remain the best way to prevent abuses in the workplace.
Bill 85 is an omnibus bill that aims to rewrite labour law in the province. Larry Hubich says the new law opens the door to making compulsory union membership illegal.
We believe that the phase-out of the labour fund tax credit is an attack by the Conservative government on the workers of Québec.